I failed as a homeschooler my first year

I Failed as a Homeschooler My First Year – But You Can Nail It!
 

It’s embarrassing to admit, but when I started as a home educator, I ended my day on more than one occasion feeling like a failure because despite my best intentions, I totally blew it as a homeschooler.

And the worst part was, I felt as if I let down the people who trusted me the most – my family – because somehow, I just didn’t nail the way I was approaching the teaching.

Fast forward to the following year….

I went on a quest to figure out exactly what it takes to have a homeschool that is successful and inspires my children to love learning and be independent, all without me standing over them like a drill sergeant and using manipulation tactics to bribe them to complete their lessons.

And the great news is, once you have the right tools, it’s way easier than you think.

Join me in this special presentation  to learn the secrets that I learned, which will work in any homeschool and across the globe!

You’ll learn what makes a truly successful homeschool and what will leave you stuck at the starting gate.  Also, exactly how to create a customized homeschool plan that will give you the confidence to take control and be a rock star … before you learn the hard and costly way.

What you’ll learn about homeschooling on this brand new training will apply for any child and will work in any homeschool anywhere in the world.

Attend the webinar – FREE!  CLICK TO REGISTER

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Dianne McLean

Dianne McLean has been homeschooling since 2003. She has worked with thousands of homeschoolers and hundreds of homeschool groups to pioneer social activities, help form group policies with leaders, and participated in issues which affect the homeschool community as a whole. Her approach is always practical and effective. She also specializes in working with middle to high school level groups to help prepare for college entry and is familiar with the latest developments of Common Core and how it is affecting future college students. She directs a national support organization, Home Education Council of America; and has developed numerous other websites to help home educators in their efforts. Dianne has been leading seminars, webinars, and classes in an innovative online setting to offer live interaction no matter where you live in the world.

 

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