Parents educating from home come together in collaborative co-learning conversations.
Co-Learn Club offers interactive workshops for small groups of parents interested in a shared topic or theme. These Working Groups meet in live virtual video conferences with an expert coach to find solutions to shared challenges.
Working Group parents gain increased confidence in their ability to design successful learning opportunities for their children, with new tools, strategies and resources.
Available Working Groups
Children who learn and think differently can thrive if the adults who support them use specific strategies. Learn how to help your student find success with organization, focus, and academic challenges in reading, writing, and math. (Click here to learn more)
Help your child be college and career ready as a middle school student. During this working group, parents learn how to guide their children to explore career pathways and courses of study and create a high school transition plan to attain future goals. (Click here to learn more)
Embed math learning in real world concepts. For parents of upper elementary & middle school kids. In this Working Group, parents dig into various math concepts and grade-level content within the context of real life problem-solving. (Click here to learn more)
Many homeschool parents choose to educate their children at home in order to provide a personalized education that is built around their student’s interests, pace, and learning style. Yet, personalization is not in conflict with the pacing and mandates of the Common Core Mathematics standards. This Working Group will help parents weave the two together to provide their child with a cohesive math experience. (Click here to learn more)
Unschooling involves very little “work” and lots of time to explore, play and grow together. Art projects, science experiments, nature walks, and more can count as school. Learn strategies for unschooling, and talk with other parents about their state requirements. (Click to learn more)
Communication, collaboration, connection, tomfoolery. Parents learn to use theater games to create a fun and supportive environment to help kids grow confidence, work together, hone listening skills and feel the support of their peers. (Click to learn more)
Do you seek a safe, trusting, collaborative space for inspiration and helping others? The Parent Forum is a place to meet with other parents educating their children at home and co-learning. There are no set topics and no one is in charge. Gather together to be honest, de-stress, and support each other.
Do you just need a safe, trusting, collaborative place for inspiration and helping others? The Wine Club is a forum to meet with other parents educating their children at home and co-learning. There are no set topics and no one is in charge. Gather together to be honest, de-stress, and support each other.