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The 19th Annual OCEANetwork Conference
Anchored in Christ
June 21 - 23, 2013


Other sessions recomended for high school include:
A Renaissance of Creative Imagination
All 2013 Day 2 Sessions on MP3 disk
Being a Hands on Dad: How to Survive Tea Parties and Wiffle Balls
Good Seed-Bad Seed: The History of Recent Figures that have Shaped our World
Parenting by Faith not Fear
The Great Awakening: The Mind, Media and Moral Imagination
The Messy and Marvelous: Tales of the Early Church to the Middle Ages
What Do You Think You Think?
What in the World is Dual Credit?
What's a Mom to do with Teenage Sons? (Or Husbands when they Act like One)
More sessions for high school
Other sessions recomended for nuts & bolts include:
All 2013 Day 2 Sessions on MP3 disk
Being a Hands on Dad: How to Survive Tea Parties and Wiffle Balls
Chronic Chaos Challenge
Common Core Crisis: The Real Issue
Common Core Crisis: The Real Issue - NOT RECORDED - REPEAT OF Friday's Session
Developing Character... One Stage at a Time!
Discover Your Child's Learning Style
Father's Panel with Q&A Session
Guiding and Grading Your Student's Writing
Homeschooling a Large Family Made Easy
Ideas for Teaching Reluctant Writers
Multi-Level Teaching
Test Talk
The Dateless Lesson Planner: A Workshop on Preventing Anarchy
The Education of a Child
What in the World is Dual Credit?
More sessions for nuts & bolts
Other sessions recomended for teens/parents include:
A Renaissance of Creative Imagination
All 2013 Day 2 Sessions on MP3 disk
Bad Boys of the 20th Century
Being a Hands on Dad: How to Survive Tea Parties and Wiffle Balls
Daring Daughters: Local and Global Missions for PreTeen/Teenage Girls
Good Seed-Bad Seed: The History of Recent Figures that have Shaped our World
The Great Awakening: The Mind, Media and Moral Imagination
What in the World is Dual Credit?
More sessions for teens/parents
What in the World is Dual Credit?
Speaker: Kandy Gedies

Times are changing and opportunities are opening for homeschoolers to acquire dual credit more effectively now than ever before. High school students can get college credit for work they are already doing right now. Killing two birds with one stone, so to speak, gives students the ability to move forward, ahead of their peers and be ready for life while the pack is still struggling to go through four years of college. There is a way to get going early and the advantages can be lifelong for homeschooling young adults.


CD: $6.50

For more information on Kandy Gedies and other sessions that Kandy Gedies will present, please click here.

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