Susan talks with Laurel Springs Distance Learning founder Marilyn Mosley about how to help children and parents adjust and even embrace learning at home. Tips on learning style and various homeschooling approaches, along with helpful resources.
Marilyn Mosley Gordanier is a speaker, author, and the Founder/Executive Director of Laurel Springs School, with more than thirty-five years’ experience in the field of online learning. Since its founding in 1991, Laurel Springs Distance Learning Program has become the premier provider of personalized education for over 85,000 students in grades K through 12. Under Marilyn’s directorship, Laurel Springs High School received the United Nations Global 500 Award and the President’s Youth Environmental Award. Marilyn was nominated for a Nobel Earth Prize and received the Outstanding Leadership by an Individual in the Field of Distance Learning, from the United States Distance Learning Association. Plus she’s the co-founder of a non-profit organization called Educate Girls Now, empowering the daughters of Afghanistan through education and self-determination. She’s committed to providing information and resources for helping families adjust to learning at home. laurelsprings.com
Things you’ll learn from this episode:
The various approaches to homeschooling
Resources for online mentoring
Identifying your child’s learning style
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