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Date: Wednesday, November 10, 2010
Starting time: 8:00 pm, Eastern Standard Time (7:00 pm Central)
Duration: 1 hour
Presenter: Ana Braga-Henebry
When children arrive at the middle school age, the need for social interaction seems to increase. At the same time, the academic subjects that begin to tackle are better done in a group setting many times.
A tutoring center with classes available for homeschool students may fill this need without parents having to resort to enrolling their kids part time in a school setting or community college, which at times may not a viable option.
A tutoring center may be a very good option for classes for homeschooled children in middle and high school ages.
Ana will speak on how her support group's own tutoring center started and how it is simply run. Also, what academic areas are best done in a group setting? She will mention the classes they have held and what classes they are holding this year, plus easy ways to find available space and tutors.
The story of Ana's support group's successful tutoring center is inspirational and helpful to Catholic homeschoolers everywhere.