A Thomas Jefferson Education (TJED) is about raising up a generation of leaders. Leaders in their field of interest.
The online seminar, How To Mentor by Oliver DeMille begins October 9. To register for the class, visit http://www.tjed.org/2012/09/qa-upcoming-class-mentor.
A 33-minute video featuring Oliver DeMille describing what TJED is is here http://vimeo.com/13657865.
A 2-minute excerpt of the above-mentioned videoo discussing the power of utilizing an educational mentor is at http://vimeo.com/19978153.
Learn more about TJED here http://www.tjed.org/about-tjed and here www.monticellocollege.org/face-to-face.
I recommend viewing TJED’s favorite videos at http://www.tjed.org/resources/videos. They are inspiring.
I visited Thomas Jefferson’s home in Monticello. I remember drooling over his extensive library and innovative science experiments. For more information, visit http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Jefferson_and_education.
Read about local homeschoolers using TJED here http://www.pe.com/local-news/columns/diane-a-rhodes-headlines/20120724-san-jacinto-siblings-share-work-play-church-talent.ece
If you are interested in joining a local Thomas Jefferson Education (TJED) group, check back later. I will post their contact information as soon as I have it confirmed.