Homeschooling Expert, Patrick Farenga in a Live Conversation on WizIQ
April 10, 2013 (PRLEAP.COM) Education NewsRoyalston, MA — (April 10, 2013) - Patrick Farenga, a leading advocate of the modern homeschooling movement and a close associate of homeschooling leader John Caldwell Holt, will be in a conversation on WizIQ. This conversation will be broadcasted live via the WizIQ Virtual Classroom at 10:00 AM (EST) on April 12, 2013.
A homeschooling expert, a prolific writer, speaker and education consultant, Pat has written many articles and book chapters for publications as diverse as Mothering magazine, Paths of Learning magazine, Home Education Magazine, The Bulletin of Science, Technology, and Society and The Encyclopedia of School Administration, and has appeared on local and national television and radio shows like The Today Show, The Voice of America, NPR's The Merrow Report,and CNN's Parenting Today.
President of Holt Associates Inc. and author of popular books like 'The Beginner's Guide To Homeschooling' and 'Teach Your Own: The John Holt Book of Homeschooling', he has been the publisher of 'Growing Without Schooling magazine' (GWS), America's first periodical about homeschooling, started by Holt in 1977 from 1985 until it stopped publishing in Nov. 2001.
Dr. Nellie Deutsch, a well known education expert, will present this session on WizIQ Conversations. More details and participating in the live conversation, visit: http://www.wiziq.com/online-class/1193233-conversation-with-pat-farenga-on-learning-without-schooling
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