TMA Homeschool’s 2015 Parents Conferecnce – Set Them Up For Success

All parents want their children to be successful, and in today’s world, a good education is the key to a successful life. For most kids, education means attending public or private school. But some children also received a first rate education although they did not set foot on class room through homeschooling.

Why are so many families choosing this radical approach to learning? The answer is simple: it works. Children learn better when they are individually taught by a caring individual in a safe, healthy environment. And as homeschooling success stories proliferate, the number of homeschooling families continues to rise.

If you are a parent wondering what the best kind of education for your child is and where he will learn and be successful someday, then don’t miss the upcoming Parents Conference of TMA Homeschool at the Bayanihan Center, Unilab on March 12.

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TMA Homeschool (link: http://www.tmahomeschool.org), in coordination with Manila Workshops (link:http://manilaworkshops.com) and The Learning Basket (link:http://thelearningbasket.com), is proud to present its Parents Conference for 2015, entitled Set Them Up For Success. It will be held at the Bayanihan Arts and Events Center from 8AM for registration (program starts at 9:00) to 5:00PM.

This event, entitled “Set Them Up for Success”, is set to enlighten and inspire you  to raise your children to become happy, responsible, productive  adults and leaders “wherever they are planted”.  It will run for a whole day and will consist of keynote topics like “Set Them Up for Success” and “Catching your Child’s God-given Bents for Success”. Keynote speakers are Edric Mendoza and Jayson Lo.

Mr. Mendoza is a homeschooling father of five, the president of the Homeschoolers Association of the Philippine Islands and lead anchor of ANC’s On the Money. Mr. Jayson Lo is a known inspirational speaker in the country and is the author of Younique:Understanding Others by Understanding You, a book about how personality styles help identify one’s strengths and weaknesses.

Aside from keynote talks, the conference will also feature workshops on character education, multi-level homeschooling, homeschooling through high school, adjusting teaching strategies for effecting learning, and celebrating dads who homeschool. Participants may also opt to attend a Q&A forum where TMA Homeschool will answer questions about homeschooling in the Philippines. Speakers for these sessions are seasoned homeschoolers Donna Simpao, Millona Barraca, Bles de Guzman, Joy Mendoza, and Dennis Sy. Participants may choose one track for each talk happening simultaneously. Expect a day filled with doses of homeschool inspiration and information about parenting and homeschooling.

If you are considering home schooling for one or more of your children, make sure you have reliable information upon which to make a decision. To help you decide what is best for your children find out how at TMA Homeschool’s Parent Conference, “Set Them Up For Success”, on March 12, 2015 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the Bayanihan Center, Pasig City. Click on the link for details and registration http://manilaworkshops.com/?p=2188.

Or you may win a free seat by just doing some simple steps:

1. Like TMA’s page FB: https://www.facebook.com/pages/TMA-Homeschool

2. Please like my new page Ash n Boo – Everyday SuperMom –

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Ash-n-Boo-Everyday-SuperMom-/793117754075633

3. Please leave a comment with your the email address and answer why you wanted to attend the conference so that we can get in touch with you in case you wins.

Good luck. See you on March 12, 2015

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