Cheryl Swope, Virtual Conference, April 16-18, 2020

 

From Cheryl Swope | April 8, 2020 | Faith, For Special Needs, On Classical Education, Other

I LOVE the ease of online conventions! Sign up for any session(s) you would like.

Enjoy from your own home. No travel, no hotel costs, no fuss. Just one hour of your time to connect and refresh.

I’m offering four different topics from the comfort of my home in Missouri:

  • Classical Christian Education: Beautifully Defined
  • What Good Are Labels? Unraveling the Puzzle of Your Struggling Child
  • Classical Education for Special Needs & Struggling Learners
  • 10 Reasons Your Homeschool May Be the Best Place for a Child with Special Needs

Read full descriptions of sessions here.

See you soon!

Cheryl Swope, M.Ed., author of Simply Classical: A Beautiful Education for Any Child (2nd edition, Memoria Press, 2019) and the award-winning Simply Classical Curriculum for Special Needs  (Memoria Press, Voted #1 for Special Learners 2014, 2016, 2018, 2019). With a master’s degree in special education, Cheryl holds lifetime K-12 state teaching certifications in learning disabilities and behavior disorders. She has served in public and private schools, but learned the most humbling lessons homeschooling twins with special needs.

Missouri natives, Cheryl and her husband of nearly thirty years adopted boygirl twins and homeschooled the children from the twins’ infancy through high school graduation. Both twins have autism, learning disabilities, and severe mental illness (schizophrenia). Now young adults, their enduring love of literature, history, music, and Latin inspire Cheryl to share the hopeful message that a classical Christian education offers benefits to any child.

We invite you to sign up for the free magazine/catalog, Simply Classical Journal, with encouraging articles and homeschooling resources for children with special needs.

Cheryl Swope, founder and author, ClassicalSpecialNeeds.com, from Memoria Press

 

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