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Madon Dailey:  Homeschool Conference Speaker and Workshop Leader Details



Dailey, Madon

United States of America (US)
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Workshop Presentations2010 Southeast Homeschool Expo (SE HS Expo) (2010, GA)
Presentation Titles & Descriptions

Organization 2010: Save Money, Create Space, Teach Critical Thinking, Share with Family and Involve Dad
How to 1) organize projects and papers, file and keep for future reference, while freeing up storage room; 2) teach children critical thinking (analysis, application, synthesis and evaluation) while they organize and share their projects with Grandparents, plus a great gift idea; 3) involve Dad and help children review their analysis and evaluation choices; makes lasting impressions on both. There is a lot to share. Come prepared to rethink organization.

Integrated Learning:  Get More Out of Your Middle School Curriculum
Do you have multiple personalities or are you just required to be multiple people at the same time? Homeschooling means teaching different subjects to several children during any day. It's multi-tasking to an extreme. Take control, give yourself some breathing space, and make better use of your children's learning. Based on ten years of integrated learning with middle school students, Madon will show you how to help your children be self-directed learners, more creative, and cover multiple subjects at the same time. You'll leave the session with a step-by-step system and her Macbeth on Trial six-week unit study.

The Gifts and Challenges of Being Bright and Creative: Learning It's OK to be YOU
Exceptional intelligence or creativity is a gift. Being gifted is like holding a large wrapped present that gets a lot of attention, and you're not sure if you want to keep it; but you can't put it down. Like other gifts, you don't know what it is, what it means, and how to use it until you've looked inside. Sometimes it's a combination gift with parts that don't seem to go together, like a child who's gifted, learning disabled, ADHD, and didn't come with an instruction manual. We prize intelligence and creativity, but these are only parts of the whole person. As parents, we want our children to love and appreciate themselves as much as we love the unique talents each child brings to our lives. They are fun, frustrating, fragile, and struggle with being okay just like every other child. As a teacher and mother of gifted and creative children, Madon Dailey brings experience and perspective to parenting these unique learners. Learn from her and share your stories for a great hour of support and humor.

Madon's Achievements

Homeschool Manager:  Nancy Larson Publishers, Inc.
BS in Elementary Education from Benedictine College
MS in Science Teaching Strategies from Emporia State University
ABD in Educational Psychology-GTC from University of Kansas

Dailey's Bio
Date Created11/2/2010 3:26:09 PM
Date Modified1/22/2011 8:46:41 AM

My hope is that this list will assist conference organizers in connecting with Madon Dailey 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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