559 Starting a University-Based K-12 Educational Program for Homeschooled Students

Saturday, April 5, 2014: 1:00 PM-2:15 PM
Convention Center: 124
Physical Education: Professional Preparation/Post-Secondary
Intended Audience: Post Secondary Student, Post Secondary Instructor/Faculty
Speaker: David A. Wachob, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, PA
This session will discuss the logistics of starting a K-12 educational program for homeschooled students in the university setting. Benefits of running this program include: K-12 teaching experience for health and physical education majors conveniently located at the university, added revenue for the department, recruiting tool for the institution, and the benefit to homeschooling families that ensures health and physical education are an essential part of their total curriculum. (CEU)
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