If you are considering homeschooling or have made the decision to homeschool and are looking for more information about how to go about it, we invite you to register for our “New to Homeschooling Digital Content Pass” to receive access to recordings of several of our recent virtual events. And it’s all free!
“Getting Started” Webinar (Recorded February 25, 2020)
Join Rebecca Kocsis, CHEA’s General Manager and Katie Julius, CHEA’s Communication Manager, as they discuss options for private home education, how to pull your children from school, choosing curriculum, records to keep, and more!
“Choosing Your Curriculum” Webinar (Recorded June 23, 2020)
What do you need to consider when selecting curriculum? How do you evaluate what would be the best fit for your family? Join a panel of homeschool moms as they share their style of homeschooling and what curriculum they have found works best for them.
“Planning Your Year” Webinar (Recorded July 14, 2020)
We will walk you through how to create plans for your children’s education. Beginning with a multi-year overview and ending with a daily lesson plan, we will take you step-by-step with tips on planning, adapting your plan (we know curveballs will come your way!), choosing field trips, communicating your plan to your kids, and more.
“What are Special Needs and does my Child Have Them?” Webinar (Recorded August 6, 2020)
Are you frustrated with your child’s progress – but aren’t sure if it is really a learning problem? Learning Specialist and veteran homeschooler, Sharon Hensley, will guide you through the process of thinking about “special needs” in a homeschool setting. What exactly are special needs? How do you know if your child has a special learning need or is just lazy? Is it important to have a diagnosis? How do you get services and testing? What if you don’t want a label – can you still make accommodations for your child’s learning differences? Are attention problems a “special need”?
“Keeping Your Recrods” Webinar (Recorded August 18, 2020)
As a private home educator, what records do I need to keep? What are some ways I can store these records? How long do I keep them? Are there any optional records I should keep? Get answers to these questions and more as we share what records are required, what records are optional, and some ideas for keeping these records.
New to Homeschooling Virtual Mini-Conference (Recorded May 11, 2020)
Are you new to homeschooling? Exploring your options? Feeling lost or overwhelmed? CHEA’s virtual mini-conference will provide you with information about how to legally educate your children at home in California, encouragement to make the right decision for your family, and the opportunity to have your questions answered by veteran homeschool parents and representatives from HSLDA and FPM.
Homeschooling High School Virtual Mini-Conference (Recorded June 11, 2020)
Homeschooling during the high school years can seem daunting. Courses, transcripts, and planning for post-graduation are just some of the things to consider when deciding to homeschool grades 9-12. We invite you to join us as we answer your questions about how to privately home educate your high school student in California.
Additional content will be added in the coming months. You only need to register once to receive access to both current and future content.
Still have questions? CHEA offers a free Homeschool Educational Consultant to answer questions and offer support, including curriculum choices, recordkeeping, specific concerns for your situation, and more. Just call us at 562-544-7875 between 5:00 and 8:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday or 1:00 and 3:00 p.m. on Saturdays and we will be glad to help!