Unique classroom/resource center for rent

Seeking freelance educators, tutors, teachers, and other education and child development professionals
Are you tired of hunting for a space at the library? Driving all over town to tutor in people’s homes, or cleaning your own house each time you have a student scheduled? Do you have a class you would like to teach, but you don’t have a classroom to teach it in? Do you need a reliable space for your group to meet? Me too! That is why I created this unique learning space in the heart of town.

The HRC has it all!
• Three separate rooms
• Tables and chairs
• Whiteboards
• Projectors
• SMARTboard
• Huge curriculum library available
• Wi-fi
• Computers and printer
• Manipulatives and educational games

Suitable for one-on-one tutoring of all age groups: public school, private school, college level, and for classes for up to 10 students. In a quiet building on NW 6th Street with plenty of parking.

Membership Dues
Tutor Member: One-on-one tutoring, $100/month, up to 15 hours
Teacher Member: Classes, $200/month, up to 10 hours

Hourly Rental Price
One to two hours $25/hr
Three to five hours $20/hr
Daily rental $100/dayImageImageImageImage

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This Thursday – Redirecting Power Struggles Demo – Don’t Miss It!

Don’t miss it! – This Thursday, March 6th!

What:  Redirecting Power Struggles

When: Thursday, March 6th  7 p.m. – 8:15 p.m.

Where: The Homeschool Resource Center

Why: Free Tools you can take home with you and get immediate results!

Preregistration required –  Register HERE!

About the Class

Do you ever have power struggles with your kids? Are you tired of reminding, nagging, yelling and bribing your kids? Do you need tools to win your child’s cooperation? This 75-minute informative and interactive Demo teaches parents easy tools that you can implement and get results with immediately. 

About the Instructor

Kathryn Kvols is the author of the book and parenting course “Redirecting Children’s Behavior.” She is an international speaker and president of the International Network for Children and Families.

FREE DEMO– Redirecting Power Struggles –This THURSDAY!

Don’t miss it!

What:  Redirecting Power Struggles

When: Thursday, February 20th 7 p.m. – 8:15 p.m.

Where: The Homeschool Resource Center

Why: Free Tools you can take home with you and get immediate results!

Preregistration required –  Register HERE!

About the Class

Do you ever have power struggles with your kids? Are you tired of reminding, nagging, yelling and bribing your kids? Do you need tools to win your child’s cooperation? This 75-minute informative and interactive Demo teaches parents easy tools that you can implement and get results with immediately. 

About the Instructor

Kathryn Kvols is the author of the book and parenting course “Redirecting Children’s Behavior.” She is an international speaker and president of the International Network for Children and Families.

Parents Teaching Mathematics: Things to Know and Do–This THURSDAY!

Don’t miss it!

What: Hands-on How to Teach Math workshop

When: Thursday, February 20th 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

Where: The Homeschool Resource Center

Why: Because YOU are your child’s FIRST teacher!

Register Now! Only three spots left!

About the Class

This two-hour informative and interactive workshop empowers parents to teach mathematics to their young children. The facilitator will cover mathematics content and pedagogy to help homeschooling parents “…create a rich integrated mathematics experience for their children”.  Mathematics topics for the workshop include number sense, basic operations and problem solving. In addition to the mathematics topics, the facilitator will address supporting frameworks such as (1) instructing for conceptual as well as procedural understanding and (2) using manipulatives.

About the Instructor

Dr. Thomasenia Adams is a mathematics teacher educator/researcher in the School of Teaching & Learning and the Associate Dean of Research, Faculty Development and Graduate Education in the College of Education (COE) at the University of Florida. Her scholarship includes funded grants at the national and state levels, including her role as Co-Principal Investigator on the Florida STEM Teacher Induction and Professional Support Center funded by the Florida Department of Education and the UF Noyce Scholars Program: Raising STEM EduGators funded by the National Science Foundation. Her list of credentials is too long to include here. To learn more Dr. Adams and her extensive accomplishments in mathematics education and teacher development please click http://education.ufl.edu/faculty/adams-thomasenia-l/.