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Homeschool Convention in Cinci

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    Hi Cheryl, Do you know what days you will be speaking? Are they different talks from last year? Susan

    Originally posted by Quiet heart View Post
    Hi Cheryl, Do you know what days you will be speaking? Are they different talks from last year? Susan
    I submitted two new special needs sessions this year, along with the four you attended last year. You can view my session descriptions for classical education here and sessions for special needs here.

    The GHC conference organizers decide which to select for each conference. Then they place them all on a schedule. They intend to post the schedule 30 days before each conference. We should know the Cincinnati schedule in the next week or so!


    NEW - Memoria Press - Simply Classical Special Needs Resources


      GHC posted the final schedule for the upcoming Cincinnati convention - April 9-11, 2015! I am especially looking forward to this one.

      Highly recommended:
      Classical Education Unplugged - lively, spontaneous panel sessions featuring Martin Cothran, Andrew Kern, Dr. Christopher Perrin, & Andrew Pudewa
      Session 1 Friday, April 10 8:30-9:30 a.m. Duke 260-262
      Session 2 Saturday, April 11 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Duke 260-262
      (Each session is always enjoyable & informative. I plan to attend both!)

      The MP Booth is open & fully staffed from morning to evening.

      This is my schedule (below).

      If you come, please introduce yourself. Meeting people "live" from the forum is one of my favorite aspects of any convention:

      Great Homeschool Convention
      Cincinnati 2015

      Cheryl Swope

      Thursday, April 9
      6-7:30 p.m. MP Booth – Book signing & conversation

      Friday, April 10
      *10:00-11:30 a.m. Duke 260-262
      What Good are Labels: Understanding Your Child's Learning Problems
      Kathy Kuhl & Cheryl Swope

      11:30a.m.-1:00 p.m. MP Booth -- Book signing & conversation

      *2:30-3:30 p.m. Duke 235
      Why Classical Education for Special Needs? You Can Do This!
      Cheryl Swope

      4:00-5:30 p.m. MP Booth – Book signing & conversation

      Saturday, April 11

      9:00-10:00 a.m. MP Booth – Book signing & conversation

      2:00-3:30 p.m. MP Booth – Book signing & conversation

      *4:00-5:00 p.m. Duke 200-205
      Classical Christian Education: Simply Defined
      Cheryl Swope

      5:00 until exhibit hall closes @ 5:30 p.m. - MP Booth

      Many familiar names from MP will be in the booth. Come visit Tanya, Paul Schaeffer, Martin Cothran & his lovely wife Joyce, and more ....

      Even if you did not previously plan to attend, consider coming this year. You need not live in Ohio. I'll be driving over 6 hours from Missouri to attend. If you attend nothing else, the line-up of classical educators this year makes this conference worth the effort!

      View the full schedule including Martin's solo sessions here.