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Posts Tagged ‘ support groups ’

How to Improve communication in a Online Homeschool Co-Op

Communication in Online Homeschool Co Ops

Online homeschool co-ops are a great way to communicate with fellow homeschool families. Discover how to improve communication amongst your homeschool support group with these helpful tips.
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Homeschool Support Groups

local homeschool groups

Homeschool support groups come in many shapes and sizes and provide helpful resources to homeschooling families. Learn more about local homeschool support groups near you.
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Building a Support Website

Occasionally I get asked how I would recommend an improvement to a website for a homeschooling support group or other homeschool resource site. As I don’t have all the answers, I have started an Facebook group for homeschool webmasters. All of you who have a site (or wish you did) about and for the homeschool...
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Montana Homeschool Support Groups

Find a homeschool support group in your region of Montana that suits your interests and family needs.
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Military Homeschool Support Groups

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Support for homeschooling military families in the USA, Belgium, Germany, Guam, South Korea, and Japan.
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Social Networks for Homeschool Support Leaders

Social Networks for Homeschool Support Leaders

Support and encouragement via social networks for those in homeschool support group leadership roles, especially online.
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Home School Support Group Challenges

Teamwork for Homeschool Support Groups AN A TO Z ARTICLE Whether yours is a new group just starting out or one that has been together longer, consider adding some fun team building activities to your next meeting. By Kris Bordessa. Consensus Consensus is a process for making decisions without voting. By Dorothy Werner, Illinois...
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How to Put a Real Name in Your Facebook Group URL

How to Put a Real Name in Your Facebook Group URL

Having a real name in your Facebook group url will make it much easier for you and your members to remember what it is. I see far too many homeschool support groups on Facebook left with a long chain of numbers at the end of their URLs. Note that you need to do this...
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Making Your Homeschooling Support Group Blog Special

The very top support group blogs focus instead on what they know that the Big Guys do not: their local resources.
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Starting a Support Group

Bylaws – A Sample from HEIR HEIR wished to organize into a non-profit but not tax-exempt homeschool association. To do this, they needed bylaws. Local support groups only need bylaws if they wish non-profit status for purchases. Forming a Homeschool Support Group Shared thoughts about some or all of these parts of putting together...
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Homeschool Community Networking

Building and Maintaining Support Groups * Homeschool Social Networker ~ One who spends a lot of time online, Tweeting, using Facebook, managing groups or chats, creating blogs, and even writing articles and e-books. Global Homeschool Support Groups Locate homeschool family social networks near you. Help me keep these listings updated, too, by commenting about...
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Protection Online

Online Security by Ann Zeise Privacy online is gone, yet the game of over protection goes on, seldom working. As I write this back in April, homeschool mail list posters have been fuming over these events: Amazon.com being sued for not protecting child product reviewers enough; AOL and other providers protecting everyone so much...
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Do You Yahoo?

And Why? by Ann Zeise I hear this question more often among groups these days. Just about any group asks its members if they are willing to be part of a Yahoo Group to help improve communications among members. So why Yahoo? Yahoo is easy for any member of your support group or family...
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Local Site Wish List

What Homeschoolers Want From Local Websites. By Ann Zeise Who should read this? Local & Regional Support Group Webmasters; Library site developers making homeschool resource pages; Local, Community or City site developers making homeschool support pages; Local parenting resources e-zine publishers. After the usual homeschooling information, what homeschoolers would really like to see are...
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