Pandemic Homeschooling Mini-Conference Speaker Registration
We are hosting a Virtual Mini-Conference on Homeschooling in a Pandemic on Friday May 1, 2020 between 10am and 2pm.
We are looking for speakers who are willing to present topics on tips and tricks to homeschool for new parents who have been drafted into helping their children’s education at home.
Many parents are looking at advice, tips, tricks to guide them through this time. Some are even considering continuing homeschooling even after the schools are re-opened.
If you have a topic that is 15, 30, 45 or 60 minutes long, or if you’d like to be part of a panel during this, please fill out the form below, and I will contact you over the next few days to plan next steps.
I am hoping that all the details will be sorted out by Sunday April 26th 2020 at 6pm.
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they/them/iel Non-Binary. Advocate - Autistics & Disability Rights. Autistic parent of Autistic kids. Language Changes Actions! #VoteGreen
@MikeSchreiner Respectfully, do it if you can LEAD the party, but not if you can't. I met multiple OLP leadership candidates in 2019 and one thing that became clear is that the "leader" was a figurehead, which played a big role in their 2022 defeat. You need to be able to implement your vision.
I really hate that all the recommendations that I’m getting for any other side #disability I have are so useless for me with a #SpinalCordInjury with many food #allergies. Sigh. 1 out of every 10 recommendations I might be able to do. One condition causes another. Ugh #SCI
This may come as a shock, but for many, the hardest part about being #ActuallyAutistic isn’t the autism, it’s how people treat us because we’re #autistic.
Oh, this hits hard. I’ve experienced this as an #Autistic in the past until I was able to fully embrace my Autistic identity. I’ve seen this in my kids & many other Autistics. It’s why I push hard for #AutismAcceptance and changing the language we use about autism & disabilities
I just had a conversation with a 14-year-old #autistic kid in which they said "Masking is protecting yourself from others but it can't protect you from yourself. Bc all the negativity just gets turned inwards and you can't escape from that."