Building Blocks of Homeschooling Seminar

 

When I started homeschooling 7 years ago, there weren’t much homeschooling workshops or seminars around. I did all my research online and found a few friends who were homeschooling and interviewed them. I actually only attended the homeschool orientation of the homeschool provider I enrolled in and that was it. But parents nowadays have the luxury of attending several seminars and workshops before taking that step of faith and start homeschooling. You can actually have a sneak peak as to how homeschooling is actually done and be a better equipped parent-teacher at home.

Building Blocks of Homeschooling Seminar is a foundational and practical guide to homeschooling featuring Funding Your Homeschooling. The seminar is co-facilitated by sisters and homeschooling experts  Dr. Donna Pangilinan-Simpao and Ms. Felichi Pangilinan-Buizon with a special participation of Ms. Maricel Laxa-Pangilinan.

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According to Donna, it was Felichi who homeschooled a few years ahead and she was the one who influenced or convinced Donna to homeschool as well.

Take a peek at the program of the day!

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The seminar will be on Friday, December 9 from 8:30-12:30pm at  Sun Life Center Fifth Ave corner Rizal Drive, BGC in Taguig City.

For more information, you can check the FB event page at https://www.facebook.com/events/1800930626859368/

The fee is 2,500 pesos. You can get discounts if you buy as a group of 5 or 10.  To buy tickets, please fill out this form: http://bit.ly/2fppO5D

For more inquiries, please contact Gen Mercado at 09167110509.

StART Hope Art Exhibit by Homeschoolers

Are you homeschooling? Do you love making artworks? Then this is your chance to submit your artwork and join a benefit art exhibit by Philippine Homeschoolers from Homeschool @Alabang and Homeschool @Valle Verde as they unite their efforts in pursuit of sharing hope for the hopeless.

StART Hope is the first ever art exhibit curated purely by homeschooled students in the Philippines. The exhibit will run from January 7, 2017 until January 26, 2017 at Kanto Art-Run Space, 2nd floor, Makati Cinema Square, Makati.

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The art exhibit is in coordination with Rotary Club District 3830. It aims to bring hope for the children of Wishes of Aid and Limbs for Kids Inc. The main beneficiary of the event is Nice So who is an artist who has been diagnosed with lupus when she was in grade school. Since then, she has used her artistic talents to help other kids with lupus and other incurable diseases.

Nino Hernadez, an international and local contemporary artist and Ginger de Guia, a professional calligraphist who “colors for a purpose”. will be the other featured artists. Another homeschooler and budding artist, Waby Liberia, will also make her debut in the art scene.

If you want to be part of this encouraging art exhibit, you can submit your artwork of any medium in a canvass size of 16×16 with the theme of hope. Please don’t hesitate to contact homeschoolph.starthope@gmail.com for more information.

Let your art make a difference in the life of others.

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