Posts Tagged "PACE news"

Thinking about a PACE course? Read this!

Posted by on Nov 2, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

Thinking about a PACE course? Read this!

We know that many TCK education consultants are working in relative isolation from other education consultants. Have you thought about taking a PACE course, but wondered what people who have taken the course really think? When our leadership team met in August, we reviewed all of the course feedback for the previous year. Evaluation is important to us, because if we’re not truly meeting the needs of education consultants, we’re not achieving our goal as an organization. After reviewing all of the feedback, our leaders decided to share this with you. We know that you have a limited amount of...

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PACE Highlight: “Education Planning for Families in Transition”

Posted by on Jan 26, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

PACE Highlight: “Education Planning for Families in Transition”

Today’s article is by Kay Baker, a member of PACE’s leadership team. Kay is responsible for all activities related to PACE’s “Education Planning for Families in Transition” course. Kay serves as an education consultant with SHARE Education Services and lives with her husband and son in Sweden. When she’s not consulting with families, she sings with a local gospel choir and hosts dozens of visitors in her home each year.   Education Planning for Families in Transition is an online course in which an education consultant leads families through...

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Preparing to Homeschool Young Children on the Field: An Excerpt

Posted by on Nov 10, 2014 in Blog | 1 comment

On our blog this week we have an excerpt from our new ebook, “Preparing to Homeschool Young Children on the Field.” You can find out more about how to get this ebook here. This book was written in response to needs expressed by education consultants who have families heading to the field and homeschooling for the first time. Included are significant contributions from veteran overseas homeschoolers as well as experienced education consultants. Here’s an excerpt from chapter 2, “Preparation.”  In what ways are both spouses involved with homeschooling? Many people assume that Mom...

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The Latest from PACE: Where We Are and Where We’re Heading

Posted by on Oct 30, 2013 in Blog | 2 comments

This week’s blog is an update for you, the education consultants who are served by PACE. For those of you who are newer to PACE, we hope that this gives you a good big picture of the services offered by PACE. Courses Our most popular course, and the prerequisite for every other course, is Introduction to Education Consulting in Cross-Cultural Settings. The course is broken into three sections in order to accommodate those who travel often and can’t commit to 12 weeks at once. We offer all three sections as independent studies; however, our favorite way for you to take the course is in a...

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Kindle Winner

Posted by on Dec 18, 2012 in Blog | 0 comments

Congratulations to our Kindle winner, Marti Alquist! Thanks to everyone for leaving their comments on the blog! A new cohort of our Introduction to Education Consulting course will begin on January 21. We’d love to have you join us! Education consultants who have taken our courses tell us that the experience of learning with and from their colleagues is valuable, so take advantage of this annual opportunity to be part of a larger group of consultants taking the course together. We’ll be back in January, blogging weekly about topics such as the latest in home education, special...

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