Welcome to this year's Homeschool Connect Expo! I'm delighted you've come to visit my booth—please make yourself at home here.
You'll find that there are several videos here on the 8 Kinds of Smart (also known as 8 Intelligences). Learning more about the incredible "smarts" each of your children has will make a big difference as you homeschool them, because you will be able to specifically find ways to help them engage learning using their smarts! In addition, there are videos on our History Revealed curriculum and how it works.
I've also got several videos and an interview with Sam Gaw on the speaker side of things. Sam and I had a fantastic discussion about how to help your kids LOVE learning! That's what we're all about at Diana Waring—History Revealed.
This is not education as usual — it is an immerse-yourself, creative, memorable discovery and exploration for all types of subjects. Students who experience this kind of learning become self-motivated and deeply engaged learners.
We Help You Foster the Parent-Child Relationship
Teaching your own children is based on the parent-to-child relationship. We want to help each parent:
Enjoy—even like—their children;
Honor how God has designed their children, they way they’ve been wired to learn;
Respect their children, and appreciate the pace at which they develop and grow; and
Understand the process of learning requires patience, flexibility, and repetition.
We Help You Make Learning Something Your Kids Find FASCINATING!
Our homeschooling approach includes the student-to-subject relationship, where students:
Make connections between what they know and what they are learning;
Engage actively, not passively, in their own learning experience;
Engage creatively, not content to stay at a superficial level in learning; and
Develop critical and creative thinking skills over time.
We Bring a Biblical Worldview to the Study of History
For Christian families studying history, this includes the person-to-God relationship:
Discovering God’s faithfulness in history;
Making personal application to one’s own life;
Increasingly motivated to “Expect great things from God, attempt great things for God.” (William Carey)
The mission of Diana Waring Presents is two-fold:
To provide products and resources from an “Education that’s Relational”™ approach, where students have the opportunity to thrive in their education and to develop a love of learning;
To provide history curricula and other products from an engaging, multidisciplinary, faith-based perspective.