• Zoom Info for Parent Workshops: 

    Meeting ID: 358 714 1535

     Passcode: homeschool 


    October 9 at 6 pm 

    ASD Music Teacher Julie Botero  

    "How to Create a Music Education Classroom in Your Home" 

    Julie Botero has been an elementary music classroom teacher for the past seven years. She holds a Bachelor's in Music Education from the University of Northern Iowa and a Master's in Educational Leadership and Supervision from Ball State University. Mrs. Botero is a certified K-12 music teacher in the state of Alaska. She also serves as a board member for the Alaska Orff Chapter which provides professional development for music educators. Julie will share the things that elementary kids usually learn in the traditional music classroom and show us how to teach elementary music to our kids at home


    October 23 at 6 pm 

    State Library Representatives Daniel Cornwall and Julie Niederhauser  

    "Alaska Digital Library Resources for Homeschooling Families"  

    In this workshop, state library representatives will share all of the amazing, free resources offered to Alaska homeschoolers. Do your kids need homework help? Do you want them to learn a new language? Have you seen all the resources in the digital archives? Come and learn how to access all of these resources!


    November 6th at 6PM

    Anchorage Museum Education Department Coordinator Missy Gaulke

    "Homeschooling Resources from the Anchorage Museum'

    Missy will share TONS of resources with us, including community supported education boxes, virtual field trips, family classes and teaching resources. Come learn how to visit the museum and learn with them from home!  


    November 20th at 6PM

    ASD Teacher & Global Education Alaska founder Michelle Carton

    "Virtual Field Trips & Global Learning"

    Michelle, also known as MC the Global Librarian, is the founder of Global Education Alaska and an advocate for Global Citizenship for students and educators. She develops global projects and curriculum, contributes to journals and publications, and travels around the world both physically and virtually, writing a global learning blog, working with libraries, educational leaders, students, and parents to maximize learning potential for individuals and communities. In this workshop, Michelle will introduce us to her virtual field trips, give us tools to foster global citizenship and help our kids explore the world from home.