When it comes to the education of our children, there’s nothing worse than having our plans fall flat! After twenty-two years as a homeschooling parent, I can still recall the acute pain I felt as a young mother, at the discovery that teaching my own children isn’t simply a matter of having the best curriculum. This was a hugely important realization, which sparked my interest in the field, and led me on a journey through dozens of books on education and family development and then to hundreds of interviews with parents, exposing me to a broad spectrum of scenarios, challenges and solutions. Now, as a family education coach, I will share with you my best discoveries of patterns and strategies for planning your family’s education. I will help you begin with the end in mind by teaching you how to create a foundational family vision, upon which to build your own master plan, with nine key elements designed to help you determine what learning time will look like next Monday…and the rest of the year too.
Note: The conference recording failed due to technical difficulties. The recording attached to this product was recorded at a different conference and is a generally the same presentation on creating a master plan.
Meet Diann Jeppson
Diann Jeppson is wholeheartedly engaged in the grand adventure of family building and community development. She is the owner of Family Forum,chairman of the Family Forum conference and co-creator of the Family Builder Program. She is the founder and former President of the American Youth Leadership Institute. She has served on a number of non-profit Boards, and enjoys administrative work. She and her husband Adam live in West Valley City, Utah and have four daughters and one grandson. She enjoys working as the business manager for her husband's gunsmithing business. In her leisure time, she enjoys singing with her daughters and hiking in the Wasatch mountains. She is delighted to be a part of American Heritage School team, and for the opportunity to assist with the success of Latter-Day Learning.