Lesson Tutor : Consultant Directory
David and Laurie Callihan are authors of “The Guidance Manual for the Christian Home School: A Parent’s Guide for Preparing Home School Students for College or Career,” and the brand new “Christian Homeschool Daily Planner” (with their Grand Plan built right in). Learn more at www.davidandlaurie.com.
Suzanne Cook lives in Maine with her husband Ron and their six children. She is interested in homeschooling and attachment parenting and volunteers her time and energy to several nonprofit organizations. She is the group coordinator for the Central Maine Self-Learners homeschool group .cmslhomeschool
Author of two Electronic Books plus Articles for magazines and newspapers and successfully self published a book of short stories. Lived for some years in East Africa, Kuwait, Bahrain, and Aden. Travelled from England to the Antipodes on a Polish Container ship to finally make my home in New Zealand. Link to her Books ‘Adam Grant’ and ‘Simon’s Story’ found at http://www.nitelinks.com/index
Maggie is a motivational speaker and co-author of “The Ultimate Geography and Timeline Guide,” “Gifted Children at Home,” and other homeschool books. She and her husband Bob have been homeschooling since 1991. They’re also owners of Bright Ideas Press, a home school company dedicated to bringing the best practical, fun, and affordable materials to the homeschool market. Visit her website at www.BrightIdeasPress.com
I am a teacher/coach in the Missouri Public School System for the past 25 years. I have recently remarried and became a father/parent for the first time at age 44. Author, Touching Hearts-Teaching Greatness, Andrews McMeel Publishing, 2001. National/International Educational Conference Keynote/Workshop Presenter. www.coachkrause.com
“I’m a freelance writer who specializes in science fiction and technical writing. I recently stopped being a nuclear physics graduate student with Lawrence Livermore National Labs. Last spring I won the Isaac Asimov Award for Undergraduate Excellence in Science Fiction Writing.”
Melanie Marshall is a home-schooling mom from Texas, holding a degree in Communications from the University of Texas in Austin. An avid pre-school enthusiast, Melanie collects early-reader picture books. Melanie is active in her church and is her son William’s teacher.
I was born in the spring nearly out of wedlock – 9 years in the East then out West we did flock – My college was spent in the frigid up North – They taught me to teach and much music put forth – After one year in heck I end up in Ohio – and that is the end of my 50 word bio.
I am a homeschooling mom of three great kids. One is in highschool (almost), one is in middle school (almost), and one is in elementary (absolutely), and one is in need of Geritol (that’s me!) With my husband in the military, we tend to be a rather nomadic lot, but currently our tents are pitched in Orlando, Florida. Homeschooling has given us a continuity, closeness and richness that I am so thankful for. When I am not homeschooling I am running, or tackling the ever growing mound of “must read” books beside my bed.
As a mom, former ICU nurse, flight attendant and now web mistress, most of my writing reflects the humorous chaos that is my life. Navigating a 48 hour life into a 24 hour day provides much fodder for my creative juices! 🙂 And I am thrilled to be a newly minted member of the illustrious NetWits!
I am a Northern Michigan man in my mid-thirties with a background that includes broadcast radio, theatrical performing, writing – both on and offline, design and graphic art, management, entrepeneurship, and medicine. I have been married for 16 years and have seven kids, four of whom we home school.
i am a sophomore in high school. For many years of my life i have struggled with attention problems and failing in school, and i was recently diagnosed with ADHD after my many stressful years of failure. Now I wish to partner up with educators and parents out there dealing with ADD and ADHD children to help unwrap the mystery of this disorder.
Interactive, a black belt shopper, and a policy wonk are phrases that describe me. I’m an elementary teacher, a Christian, and believe it or not, a Democrat (an unlikely combination, right?). Feel free to e-mail me and nurture my interactive side.
I am a homeschool mom from Illinois. We have 2 wonderful children ages 8 and 3. We have been homeschooling for almost 2 years now. I am also interested in frugality, crafts, and reading anything I can get my hands on.
Holly Furgason is a freelance writer and life long unschooler despite 13 years of government schooling. She is mom to four wonderful children who have never attended traditional school and wife to Phill, a closet unschooler. Besides her family, she loves learning, languages, politics, gardening and invitations to speak at homeschool conferences.
Lisa Hawkins is a Homeschooling Mom of two boys. She is a freelance writer and has written for Home Education Magazine. She is also the Content Manager for Homeschooling Science at suite101. Lisa enjoys crafts, gardening, bird watching, outdoor activities and most of all, being a Mom.
I am a teacher of English and live in Australia. I was born in the UK and grew up in South Africa. Much of my writing reflects this uncertainty of belonging: someone searching for their roots; the legacy, I suppose, of being a child of Empire. I’d really appreciate any feedback on my writing, so please leave comments. Thank you!!
I currently teach a special education class in Brampton, Ontario. In addition to teaching and designing timesaving materials for teachers, I dabble in art (see Last Supper in Pencil) and compete in provincial tennis tournaments. I have also published several other teacher resource books that can be previewed at TimesaversForTeachers.com
Joanne is the co-founder and CEO for the www.lessontutor.com website. Joanne’s life-long passions include creative problem solving, puzzles and mysteries. These were constantly fueled with her past career choices of Operating Room nursing and post-graduate teaching, and are currently maintained by motherhood and computers.
Judy Moulton has been a Teacher of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing and Sign Language Instructor in Rochester, New York for more than 17 years. She has worked with all age groups from pre-school to adults. She has taught sign language at Monroe Community College, Community Education classes, and recently taught ASL for “foreign language” credit in the Greece School District.
Karen is a former elementary teacher who has traded the classroom for home schooling, and full time motherhood. She and her husband reside in the Midwest with their three young children. Her interests include reading and writing, gardening, decorating, diet and nutrition, and helping others to learn about and live with hypoglycemia.
Elaine entered the classroom as a special education teacher in the 1970’s. Since then, she has taught mainstream English Grammar, Literature, music K-12, deaf education, psychology, Algebra, creative writing, social studies, law, and science in both public and private schools. Presently, Elaine is a curriculum author for multiple educational publishers and is a co-founder of Lesson Tutor, a lesson plan website found at https://www.lessontutor.com. Her most recent books, 52 Children’s Moments (Synergy Publications) and Taking Hearing Impairment to School (JayJo Books and the Guidance Channel) can be found at Amazon.com. She has recently completed a project with Pearson Prentice Hall as an author of an on-line teacher’s professional development course for the Council for Exceptional Children.Visit Ms. Elaine’s art Gallery at http://eloise-elaine-schneider.fineartamerica.com
“I am a stay at home mother of six children. This year, I have once again decided to home school some of my children, and I am really enjoying it. I have chosen this method for special reasons to help my children and they seem to do so much better with the one on one and are really thriving this year. I am very active in my church and have been elected to serve another year as Sunday School President. Life is busy at our house, but when we all work together, everything gets done and life is great. I enjoy writing and sharing experiences and concerns with others. I hope and pray that some of my works can be of benefit to each and everyone who stops by.”
Toni Lynn Van Bramer earned a BS Degree in Speech Language Pathology and a MS Degree in Deaf Education in the Rochester, NY area. She currently teaches ASL level 1 and 2 to hearing students who are completing their second language requirement for their high school diploma.
Katherine T. West is an editor and columnist at Readers Niche. She is in charge of the Writers Niche section. Katherine believes that there is nothing more satisfying than feedback from people moved by what she writes. Helping people to look at the world in a fresher way is one of her goals. She believes that a writer can change the world one letter at a time. Visit her own websites at The Education Haven
“I’m a homeschooling mom of 3 elementary school age children. I run a clowning business from my home, am pianist for a local church, teach a Sunday School class, teach piano, tutor basic math and algebra online and I enjoy making people smile.”
Jan obtained her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in elementary education at the University of Florida. While she loved tea ching, she found that the calling to be home with her own children was too strong to ignore. She is happily taking a break from her classroom teaching job to raise her two children. For more biographical information, visit Janzeiger.com.