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Mrs. Randi St. Denis:  Homeschool Conference Speaker and Workshop Leader Details



St. Denis, Randi

885 Woodstock Rd
Suite 430-142
Roswell, Georgia (GA)  30075
United States of America (US)

Keynote Speaker?Yes
Keynote PresentationsRandi St.Denis keynotes at many educational conferences each year including: Homeschooling the HighSchooler, The Early Learners, Parent Perspectives for Special Needs, Parenting Fun or Frenzy, SE Homeschool Expo, Chicago Homeschool Expo.

Featured Presentations2013 Southeast Homeschool Expo (SE HS Expo) (2013, GA)
2013 Alabama Homeschool Expo (2013, AL)
2013 Homeschooling for Excellence 101 Conference (Presented by the Alabama Homeschool Expo) (2013, AL)
2012 Southeast Homeschool Expo (SE HS Expo) (2012, GA)
2012 Alabama Homeschool Expo (2012, AL)
2012 Chicago Homeschool Expo (2012, IL)
2011 Chicago Homeschool Expo (2011, IL)
2011 Southeast Homeschool Expo (SE HS Expo) (2011, GA)
2010 Chicago Homeschool Expo (2010, IL)
2010 Southeast Homeschool Expo (SE HS Expo) (2010, GA)
2009 Chicago Homeschool Expo (2009, IL)
Homeschooling for Excellence 101 Conference (Affiliated with the Chicago Homeschool Expo) (2009, IL)
2009 Southeast Homeschool Expo (SE HS Expo) (2009, GA)
2008 Southeast Homeschool Expo (SE HS Expo) (2008, GA)
Presentation Titles & Descriptions

Yes! Your Child Can Get a Great Homeschool Math Education
Randi cautions parents not to overlook some important childhood activities that actually set the stage for later learning skills. Enhancing these early skills prevents learning problems and also builds a firm foundation for future academics ease and success

Math tips and tricks to Help Grades 1-6
There are lots of great math books out there, but the most important resource is moms and dads attitudes. Be the best math wizard your kids can get. Even if math makes you squeamish, learn key ways to help your children work smarter not harder. Seen books with weird ways to work problems? Discover how to make math simple, clear, systematic and enjoyable. Randi will also answer questions on what to look out for when choosing math materials.

Early Learners: The 7 Secrets for Starting Children Off Right
Randi cautions parents not to overlook some important childhood activities that actually set the stage for later learning skills. Enhancing these early skills prevents learning problems and also builds a firm foundation for future academics ease and success

Curing Spelling and Reading Problems
At last! Some real help! You’ve tried every program & wonder why your child is still not a fluent reader or good speller. Randi helps parents understand why some children do not easily achieve reading & spelling success. These students must be taught with special methods, concentrating on multi-sensory, structured, sequential steps

Big Happy Families
As the middle child of 9 children and and the mother of 7 children, Randi reveals all her best secrets for raising and educating a big family.  From cleaning to history and dishes to chemistry, learn how to enjoy the true blessings a big family has to offer.

Homeschooling the Gifted Child
Discover ways to help gifted children to achieve their potential without self destructing from stress. Gifted kids are children too! Sometimes they are more mature than anyone else & sometimes they are more babyish than anyone else. Learn secrets to pacing gifted children, encouraging them to tackle tough scenarios, helping them learn resilience when they hit a wall, & helping them to develop better social skills.

Homeschooling the Difficult, Resistant Child
The resistant child can be a nightmare to educate. Today’s resistant child could become tomorrow’s steadfast and reliable adult. Hear other parents discuss how they brought about real change without crushing the tender hearts of their child.

Beginning Right: Developing a lifestyle that promotes homeschooling togetherness and a family team for success and load sharing
Homeschooling is so much more than academic subjects like Math and Science. It's also about raising children to be responsible, honest, hardworking and helpful people. While it's a lovely thought - having children who happily help out at home, it actually takes some effort on the parent's part to get this to happen. Learn how to go from chaos to a family team that shares the work.

Computers Enhance Effectiveness and Enjoyment of Homeschooling
Homeschooling isn't just with pencil and paper anymore. Now, there is a dizzying array of computer based curriculum materials and other homeschool helps. Randi helps participants understand what to look for and how to avoid getting ripped off when purchasing software programs. She arms participants with specific information and tips to help make wise choices and avoid costly mistakes when choosing materials for their homeschool. Discussion includes a variety of homeschool software programs, computer based curriculums, record keeping, and other programs to help all students. This workshop will generally appeal to parents who have gifted or struggling learners, and others who think working on the computer is "fun".
Bringing Children Home and DeCompartmentalizing Your Life
We live such fast, fragmented lives, often having one personality for home, one for work, one for church, and one for our friends. Sometimes we feel like we actually have multiple personalities, and too many lives pulled in too many directions!  Children who were in institutional schools often need some special attention and time to destress from past situations.  DeCompartmentalizing our lives make them so much easier to live.  Homeschooling is NOT a recreation of the Public or Private School.  It is a much different and easier life! Randi shares how homeschool families can begin to think in a new way, bringing all their individual parts into one comprehensive whole, allowing more efficiency, integration and relaxation.  When we quit compartmentalizing, we get rid of the “I’m over scheduled” syndrome and the “fake” lives.  Our lives can start anew in a whole different and better direction.

Choosing Curriculum Like a Pro
Entering a curriculum hall can be like being run over by a steamroller. Confusion, frustration, and a feeling of being overwhelmed by a myriad of choices sets in. Randi, a homeschooling mom of 25 years, shares her ideas that allow parents to take the guesswork out of choosing curriculum by assessing each curriculum and determining whether that particular curriculum meets the specific needs of their child and their family.

Beginning Homeschooling: Most Asked Questions
Randi enthusiastically helps parents learn how to get started, where to find educational materials, other activities including sports leagues for homeschool children, how to occasionally locate someone else to teach subjects such as chemistry and the value of homeschool support groups. Get answers to your questions, including explanations of the law in Georgia and other Southern states.

Homeschooling the Child Who Struggles to Learn
Whether ADD/ADHD, learning disabled, or just plain difficult, special needs children blossom when homeschooled. This workshop is full of specific information to help parents understand how to use special materials and methods that will ensure their child’s learning success.

Homeschooling Multiple Children at Once
So many children and so little time! It’s easy and fun to homeschool multiple children once you know how. Learn to make homeschooling fun while making sure that each child gets what he or she need as an individual. Workshop includes help on what to do with the little ones, how to balance advanced students with struggling learners, and most importantly, how to keep one child working while mom is working with another.

Struggling Learners – 2 Hour Seminar
Bringing 30 years experience with Homeschooling all types of special needs children, Randi St.Denis, homeschooling mother, tutor, and special needs advocate gives parents loads of information for homeschooling success. Learn how to choose materials, use technology to speed learning, improve visual, auditory, sensory motor and social issues, and set realistic and attainable goals. Famous for her student’s high educational success rates, Randi has many special needs students who have gone on to become successful college students and employees. Start early and set your child on the path that leads to  success.

Raising and Homeschooling Boys
Boys see differently, hear differently, think differently and learn differently.  Sometimes it’s tough for moms and dads to know just how to raise and educate them.  Randi St.Denis, the mother of seven children, five of them boys, helps parents face the joys and challenges of homeschooling boys as they grow into young men.
Making Meals Easy and Impactful for Homeschooling

Many wonderful childhood memories revolve around meals.  Make sure that your children fondly remember their time around the table. With little effort, meals can be restful, extend homeschool learning, be more delicious, nutritious and easier to prepare.  Tips on menu planning, inexpensive meals, choosing cookbooks, etc.  Get handout with fun recipes to make with the kids.

Technology for the Struggling Learner
Randi St. Denis reveals top ten secrets to using technology to facilitate learning in middle/high through college.

Move Your Children Away From Fantasy and Help Them to Connect to the Fantastic  Reality of the Future that is Today
Kids are excited about the future, but we parents don’t always know to educate and encourage them technically in realistic and meaningful ways.  Your homeschool children can begin now to train for working in our future world.  Randi discusses ways to engage and cast a vision for the possibilities as students become energized to learn basic technologies for fun and to make money.  Discover the beginning steps for helping elementary, middle and high school students.   Parents and children will thoroughly enjoy this workshop.

Moms of Many Children

Get Out of Your Seat and Start Learning

Get Them Writing the Easy Way

Homeschooling With a Toddler in the House

Improving Comprehension

Planning for Your Homeschool Year

Teaching Children to Work at Home

Gifted Students: What They Should and Should Not Do

Homeschooling the High Schooler

Parent Perspectives: Special Needs

Early Learners, Parenting: Fun or Frenzy

Tips for dealing with Children who are Whiners and Complainers

Randi's Achievements
St. Denis's Bio

Randi St. Denis, Director of Home Educators Encouragement Alliance (HEEA), is an educator, popular homeschool speaker, and a seasoned homeschooling mom. Using her degree in Educational Psychology, Randi works as a consultant to public, private, and homeschool families; providing teaching expertise and assistance for all types of children. She is recognized as an expert in the technical aspects of learning that allow every type of child, from special needs to gifted, the opportunity to learn well. Randi and her husband have homeschooled their seven children for the past 22 years; six of whom have gone on to college. The youngest is currently homeschooling.

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My hope is that this list will assist conference organizers in connecting with Randi St. Denis 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.

Disclaimer:  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.


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