Philippine Homeschool Conference GIVEAWAY: Is Your Child Ready for the World?

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When someone mentions "Homeschooling" Lindsay Lohan's Cady Heron quickly comes into mind and how incredibly good she is at calculus. Of course, each homeschooled kid would have a different set of skills.

Do People Homeschool in the Philippines?
It may be surprising or some, but Yes, actually people today are homeschooling their children. There are more moms out there who are doing this, more than you realize. Here are some homeschooling mommies who I have taken inspiration and guidance from (indirectly):
Mariel Uyquiengco of The Learning Basket
Donna Cruz of Homeschooler Kib
Tina Santiago Rodriguez of Truly Rich Mom

Can I, Not a Teacher, Homeschool My Child?
Of course, in fact most of homeschooled children don't have parents who are teachers, just ordinary folks like us and some of them work from home. Yep, that's right widen those eyes some more.

Is Homeschooling Effective?
Many studies have come up positive on homeschooling effectiveness. In fact, research shows that homeschooled students have the highest average academic achievement. Another set of research showed that homeschooled children score around 50 to 70% higher than their grade on subjects like reading and math.

Is there a Community for Homeschoolers?
I'm glad you asked, because there is. There are more communities forming today, especially with how easy it is to communicate online. Here are some of the many communities I found online:

In addition to that, I would like to invite you to the Philippine Homeschooling Conference happening this October 17, 2015 at the SMZ Convention Center, SM Aura.
This October 17, Homeschool Association of the Philippine IslandsManila Workshops and The Learning Basket brings you the largest homeschooling conference this year – The Philippine Homeschool Conference 2015: Ready for the World!
As a precursor for the Global Home Education Conference (GHEC) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in March 2016, The Philippine Homeschool Conference 2015: Ready for the World! features two well-respected homeschool advocates and speakers from the US:

Michael Donnelly, Director for Global Outreach HSLDA and GHEC 2016; and Rachael Carman, best-selling author, publisher-Apologia Series, and mother of 7 kids with her husband David Carman who is a founding member of the Homeschool Now USA.

Aside from this, we also have sought-after speaker and homeschooling advocate Edric Mendoza, host of On The Money and homeschooling dad of 5 kids with his wife Joy. In addition to that, Chinkee Tan will be grazing the stage too!

Registration and Fees
To be held at Samsung Hall, SM Convention Center SM Aura (Meeting Rooms 4-6), from 8:00AM to 5:00PM*, Ready for the World! will be packed with inspiration and information that will empower parents to homeschool their children well. There will also be workshops besides the Expo.
  • All Access Pass (pass to go in and out of all three venues, including the exposition venue) - Php 1,200 per person. 
  • All Access Pass Group Rate (Group of 5 or more) - Php 1,000 each
  • All Access Pass for College Students (Scan Valid School ID) - Php 500
  • Exposition Pass - Php 50
  • Workshop Fees - Php 500 each

* Registration will start at 7:00 am.
For more information on the Workshops available during the conference and the schedule of the program, please visit ManilaWorkshops or their official registration page here.
If you want to win an All Access Pass to the Philippine Homeschooling Conference, Join my Giveaway Below! Have Fun!

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  1. I joined! Thanks for hosting this amazing giveaway. Hoping to win :)



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