WHS 53 – Northeast Great Homeschool Convention Round Up Part 2 – The Wired Homeschool

The Great Homeschool Convention in Hartford, CT provided a great opportunity for my wife and me to recharge and get inspiration from the speakers about homeschooling.

Speakers are wonderful but many people go to conventions to see vendors!  This week on the podcast I’m wrapping up my coverage of the Northeast Great Homeschool Convention with three great vendors.

Tony Ceraso

The first interview is with Tony Ceraso of Homeschool Astronomy.  Tony Ceraso has a master’s degree in Education and teaches on the college-level. He is an amateur astronomer and computer professional. He is also a contributing writer for Rosetta Stone’s e-newsletter for homeschoolers.

Tony is sponsoring a giveaway here on the blog.  You can enter the giveaway by completing the tasks at the end of his guest blog post.

The second interview is with Peter Miller of Applied Inspirations.

Carrie Shaw

The third interview is with Carrie Shaw of Keyboard Classroom.  Carrie is the President of Keyboard Classroom, a unique typing program originally designed twenty-three years ago to meet the needs of learning disabled students.

Carrie was a little nervous during the inter but I think she did a great job.

Is there someone you’d like me to interview?  Perhaps there is a topic you’d like me to cover.  Leave a comment below or contact me by all the other means available.

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Music: Poofy Reel by Kevin Macleod.

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