We’ve been looking for schools now to Zeeka for next year. I’m still not decided as to where to send her. If I had the time though, I would have homeschooled her. I remember someone telling me that she thought I was homeschooling Zeeka, because I seemed like the “type”. But to be honest, there is no stereotype when it comes to the parent that would homeschool. Actually, any one can homeschool!
I was part of the organizing committee of the annual Homeschooling Conference last 2013 to 2015, and even if I let go of being part of the team, I will support them until forever! haha! I love these ladies to bits!
So for those of you who want to learn more about homeschooling, Homeschool Association of the Philippine Islands, or HAPI is inviting you to this event. HAPI is an organization that hopes to see home education recognised as an available and respected form of education, shaping leaders and movers who will build our nation. HAPI aims to do this by equipping organisations and homeschooling groups in growing the national movement and, thus, build the nation through homeschooling.
The annual Philippine Homeschool Conference by HAPI is one of the ways that they reach out and strengthen the community. The Philippine Homeschool Conference is a gathering full of information and inspiration for people who want to learn more about homeschooling, are just starting out, or want to improve their homeschooling experience. Aside from the talks, the attendees can get to visit different booths, purchase materials and get to know more about services and programs that may aid them in their homeschooling.
To purchase a ticket, just click on this link: http://www.educatingforlife.co/philippine-homeschool-conference-2017