Sensory World

Let’s discuss how what we see (and hear, taste, feel) in the world might not be the same for everyone else. Topics include sensory processing sensitivity and other sensory traits such as face blindness, aphantasia, synesthesia – including misophonia and mirror-touch (empathy). Are you a highly sensitive person? Are autism, ADHD, and being HSP possibly related? How might having sensory processing sensitivity traits impact parenting styles? (Note, this can also relate to teaching and management styles!) Also learn about the self/other theory and how this might influence your perspectives and choices.

You can click to learn more about this course; sign up for the self-guided course for just $65 and start now to learn on your own schedule; or you may register for the next session of the mentored course and learn with the guidance of a knowledgeable mentor for $490.

ADHD Strategies for Success

ADHD makes for a wild ride of a life. Both come packed with an unyielding sense of creativity and adventure; a seemingly limitless supply of passion; and a remarkable dedication to extreme efficiency (seriously). An individual’s greatest strengths and greatest weaknesses often originate from the same source, and this holds true for ADHD. This means many areas of struggle are closer to their solutions than they may initially appear, and the good news is that (for many things) it often is just as simple as “rolling with it,” whatever “it” happens to be.

In this class we’ll explore how best to capitalize on the inherent strengths of ADHD life, particularly when it comes to mitigating some of their more well-known side effects, such as distractibility, disorganization, time management, and more.

You can click here to learn more about this course; sign up for the self-guided course for just $65 and start now to learn on your own schedule; or you may register for the next mentored course and learn with the guidance of a knowledgeable mentor for $490.

Homeschool Quickstart

This class was originally designed for “accidental homeschoolers” – those who didn’t plan on homeschooling but found themselves in a situation where it was suddenly necessary. They need a step-by-step guide to getting started while making the most that homeschooling has to offer. They want their children to be academically successful, while also seeing to their health and well-being. Even for those who did plan ahead for this, the steps in this class help parents work through the steps of getting started. This class is also helpful for parents redesigning their homeschool program to be more student-centric.

You can click to learn more about this mentored course; sign up for the Parent Empowerment Project for just $20 per month and start now to learn on your own schedule; or you may register for the next mentored course and learn with the guidance of an experienced educator and homeschool mentor for $490.

Parent Empowerment Project

The Parent Empowerment Project (PEP) is our membership option. It gives you immediate access to all of the courses you see in this catalog (self-directed versions). You also get additional courses for parents and a homeschooling curriculum library of over 400,000 items.

Sign up for the Parent Empowerment Project for just $20 per month and start now.