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Mrs. Kathy Kuhl: Homeschool Conference Speaker and Workshop
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|Kaiserslautern Military Community Homeschool Conference, Germany, April 30-May 1, 2010.
Covenant Life Homeschool Conference, November 4-5, 2011.
|~ Kiev Christian Academy, Kiev, Ukraine, May 2010
~ NoVA Conference 2006
~ VAHomeschoolers 2006
2013 Southeast Homeschool Convention (2013, SC)
2012 California Great Homschool Convention (2012, CA)
2012 MidWest Homeschool Convention in Cincinnati (2012, OH)
2012 Southeast Homeschool Convention (2012, SC)
Ultimate Special Needs Expo 2011 (2011, WWW)
TEACH of Connecticut Homeschool Convention (2011, CT)
2011 Upstate Conference, aka, 27th Annual NYS LEAH Christian Parenting and Home Education Conference (2011, NY)
2011 MidWest Homeschool Convention in Cincinnati (2011, OH)
|ENOCH of NJ 20th Annual Homeschool Convention (2010, NJ)|
2009 Northern Virginia Home Education Conference (2009, VA)
VaHomeschoolers 2009 Conference and Resource Fair (2009, VA)
2009 Twenty-Fifth Annual NCHE Conference & Bookfair (2009, NC)
2009 Annual CHAP Convention (2009, PA)
GIFTSNC, Inc. Conference (2008, NC)
VaHomeschoolers 2007 Conference and Resource Fair (2007, VA)
GIFTSNC, Inc. Conference (, NC)
Encouraging Your Child (50 minutes)
Is your child tired of struggling with academics? How do your help your child keep going? For grades 4-12, Kathy Kuhl homeschooled her son, who has extensive learning and attention problems. She shares lessons learned, victories won, and principles to develop character and help your child press on.
Staying Sane: Balancing Your Priorities (50 minutes)
Is your homeschool in a rut? Getting less done without knowing why? Losing the joy of learning? Veteran homeschooling mom Kathy Kuhl shares common sense Biblical strategies to take care of yourself, be a better teacher, parent, and spouse, and have a happier, healthier family.
Stop Wrecking Your Homeschool (50 minutes)
Without meaning to, parents can make their own lives more difficult because of the attitudes and assumptions they bring to their homeschool. Learn to examine your own attitudes, watch for assumptions to avoid, and consider what you are really teaching your children.
When Math Doesn't Come Easily (50 or 75 minutes)
How do you teach math effectively to a child with learning challenges? How do you bear tackling math facts again? How do you move beyond the times tables when your child has not mastered them? What are your options for high school math? Veteran homeschooler and math teacher Kathy Kuhl discusses working with children with difficulties in math, and shares strategies you can incorporate into any math curriculum.
When Writing Doesn't Come Easily (50 or 75 minutes)
Does your child struggle to write, to form letters or to compose a clear paragraph or essay? Kathy Kuhl homeschooled her dysgraphic son for grades 4-12; he now wants to be a writer. Learn causes of writing problems, handwriting tips, and accommodations for handwriting problems. Find out how to develop a good writer, improve spelling and vocabulary, and teach composition more effectively.
Teaching Children with Learning Difficulties (50 or 75 minutes)
Your child has many needs - how do you decide where to begin and establish clear goals? How will you tell when you've reached them? Learn how both to work around areas of weakness and strengthen them, and how to adapt curriculum. Hear great tips on how to keep going, and to help your child keep going.
Understanding Your Child's Learning Difficulties (50 minutes)
How do you prepare to homeschool a child who has difficulty learning and paying attention? Can you teach this child? What kinds of help are available? Learn about resources to help you and mistakes to avoid. Whether you are new to homeschooling or not, this will help you help a child with learning problems
Homeschooling Struggling Teens (50 minutes)
Is high school at home only for overachievers? Is homeschool an option for the teen who has trouble reading, writing, focusing, or organizing, or who has other challenges? Veteran homeschooler Kathy Kuhl discusses teaching high school when the teen cannot learn from a book, as well as teaching life skills, social skills, social life, and resources to prepare your young person for life after graduation.
Author: Homeschooling Your Struggling Learner, based on interviews with 64 homeschooling familes with children with learning problems, and on her own experience.
Author: Staying Sane as You Homeschool (booklet)
Homeschooled a child with learning disabilities and attention deficit disorder for grades 4-12.
Teaches small classes of homeschooled teens algebra, geometry, and occasionally teaches English classes.
Writes for homeschooling and other magazines.
Taught junior high math in Chevy Chase, MD.
B.A. in English, William and Mary.
A former public school teacher, I thought my teaching career was over when my children were born! After homeschooling a bright, learning disabled son for grades 4 to 12, I now enjoy writing, speaking, teaching and consulting. I enjoy reading, traveling, hiking, running a book club, and conversing.
God's mercy transforms and blesses my life daily. My husband and I are members of New Hope Presbyterian Church in Fairfax, VA, where he is a ruling elder. We have two terrific grown children.
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My hope is that this list will assist conference organizers in connecting with Kathy Kuhl and other workshop leaders and speakers. Furthermore, my desire is to help homeschool workshop leaders and speakers develop relationships with more convention planners and audiences. May your efforts be for the glory of Christ and the strengthening of His saints.
Balancing the Sword makes no claims about the speakers' faith, ability, materials, etc. This speaker profile information is being provided free of charge. Please click the links and do your own research before issuing an invitation to your conference. Postings are subject to change.