Sessions

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Homeschooling and the Large Family   Tami Fox is a homeschool mom to six children who range in age from 16 years to infant. She has been homeschooling since 2000. And she will share her tips with you in this session on how to manage homeschooling and a large family. She will also share creative ways to instill a love of life-long learning while managing those little things in life that seem to creep up in your schedule.   A Look at Unit Studies   Tami Fox will share with you how unit studies work in her homeschool. She will show you how you can instill a love of learning that will last a lifetime with simple tips and techniques. She is currently using unit studies to teach her six…
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Registration

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Registration Love to Learn Homeschool Resource and Information Conference Catawba Valley Community College, Multipurpose Complex 2250 HWY 70 SE Hickory, NC August 11, 2007 For the purposes of this registration a “family” is a nuclear family, parent/s and their child/ren. Yes, a grandmother, step father, etc can be included on one family registration. But please do not try to combine two or three families together on one registration. We are working hard to keep the cost of the conference to a minimum and feel that the prices are quite reasonable. We do have a limited number of working scholarships available so if the cost of registration is an issue, please click here to request a working scholarship.   All money is non refundable. You may bring a sitter with you…
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Conference Presenters

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May (pronounced “My”) H. Khang and her family were refugees from Laos. They arrived in the United States in 1978 and lived in Seattle, WA for several years. After her marriage, she and her husband lived in Providence, RI for seven years. In 1989, May and her family moved to Hickory, NC. She and her husband have two sons who have graduated from college and a 13 years old daughter. May earned a Political Science degree from Lenoir-Rhyne College in 1996, and later a Master’s Degree in School Counseling also from Lenoir-Rhyne College in 2005. She is in the process of applying to several universities to pursue her Ph. D. in Education specializing in Community College Leadership. In 1998, May worked as a Court Counselor for the North Carolina Department…
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