“I want to share with you what made me quit my job
as a public school teacher and start homeschooling my son.”

-Aisha Adams

 

 

December 17th, 8:00 PM EST/ 7:00 PM CST

FREE Webinar! This offer ‪ends in 10 days‬!

“Aisha Johnson Adams is a talented and passionate teacher. She makes learning fun and brings her real-life experiences into her classroom conversations and instruction, yielding unprecedented academic growth with underserved and ‘at promise’ students!”

 

Carol Ray, Retired Principal and Teacher

” An avant-garde approach to homeschooling.”

 

Every child should be homeschooled. Even when a young scholar attends a public, private or chartered school we know it is what they learn with parents, siblings, extended family and community that remains etched in their memories forever. The educational system is flawed despite the hard work of dedicated teachers. It is our responsibility to ensure our children get what they need.

 

 

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WEBINAR OUTCOMES

 

Empowerment

 

This webinar will help you dig deep to find all the tools inside of you needed to move from being a frustrated parent to a nurturing coach. You will leave this webinar empowered by your vision and inspired by your scholar(s).

 

Access

 

The WE Co-Teach approach is an unorthodox framework used to build and guide homeschool curriculum. The primary goals are to ensure students receive access to a compassionate, collaborative, and community-oriented education that supersedes the objectives of the public school.

 

Community

 

Collaborating with other homeschool parents is a great way to learn about resources and to find solutions to problems and concerns. By collaborating, we have more resources, more support, and more fun.

“My Home, My Voice”

 

Aisha Adams, a former classroom teacher, is now a blogger and business owner who homeschools her son. Her written work has appeared in publications like The Asheville Citizen-Times, The Asheville Grit, and The Final Call. She serves as the Training and Support Director at Green Opportunities. Aisha has a BA in English with a concentration in creative writing from the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB). She also holds a Masters in Post-Secondary and Adult Education. Aisha is also a 2016 My Home, My Voice Fellow. Aisha is also the author of Vegan Curious.