If you are new to home schooling or new to the area, come to Bernardsville Library on Tuesday, March 4 at 1:30 pm to listen to a panel of parents who are experienced home schoolers. They will discuss their teaching techniques and share their knowledge of curricula, home school cooperatives, and scheduling practices.
Speaking will be a diverse group of homeschooling mothers who will share a bit of their journey, some of their favorite resources and how they provide individualized educational experiences for their children. It will be an opportunity for making connections and meeting others who homeschool in our area in the hopes of facilitating group discussion and creating a support network. "The purpose of talking about homeschooling is to empower parents to provide individualized educational experiences for their children," said Brigid Glynn-Young, one of the participants, "…to think outside of the box."
There is no charge to attend the program, and no sign-up is needed. Call the library at 908-766-0118 for further information.