A mini-course on creative scheduling plus research-backed principles for effective Math instruction for all learners.

Perspective and

Confidence




Practical Tools




Personalized Strategies




In this dual-purpose coaching module, you will learn key scheduling hacks for any-time learning and tips for supplementing math instruction.


Our time-management coaching will help you get creative and efficient to make every moment count.


Plus, discover how to go beyond textbooks to bring math alive for your learner at any time of the day or night. We will also point you to expert resources for further inquiry and support to bolster your at-home math program.


Who is Math at Midnight for?

"Taking the Plunge"


Parents transitioning to full-time schooling at home




"Floundering at Home"


Parents of children with learning differences who need targeted learning strategies for

effective learning at home


"Wanting More"


Parents of virtual learners who want more organic and flexible learning at home



"Wearing all the Hats"

Teleworkers juggling work, laundry, and schooling the kids at home


"Game Changer"

Veteran home educators whose children have

newly-identified learning challenges



"Nanny turned Teacher"

Caretakers of children whose schools have closed down



Why now?

...because many families are now considering home-based education and need help from someone with experience to get started quickly and confidently...


It's nice to meet you!


I am Greer Callender, a home educator since 2013, a mother of 4 sons with dyslexia, and a medical wife. As an Ivy League graduate, I began my home education journey with high ambitions and expectations for my sons but without awareness of their language-based learning differences. In the early days, I did not have adequate support for their educational needs, or a handle on our nontraditional, ever-fluctuating family schedule. I had to learn many strategies through my own tireless research and much trial and error.


I graduated cum laude from Yale University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish and International Studies and began a career as a public health professional. My husband and I lived our dream by moving our young family to Latin America for a time where we worked together in the fields of medicine and public health, while our children enjoyed a rich, bilingual cultural experience abroad.

My journey as a home educator...


After returning to the US and leaving the workforce, I began the home education journey. Despite my strong background in languages and love of learning, I found that teaching my own children at home was an uphill battle, in large part, due to their undiagnosed learning differences.


Once we identified dyslexia, I pursued and completed training in the Orton-Gillingham multisensory approach to reading, writing, and spelling under a Fellow of the Academy of Orton-Gillingham Practitioners and Educators. Additionally, I completed graduate-level training in K-6 Multisensory Math interventions and in academic therapies to help students improve their executive functioning and metacognitive strategies for learning. 

Math at Midnight


I created this mini-course in the wake of the current pandemic to come along side overwhelmed parents and caregivers who are suddenly faced with the weighty task of initiating or continuing home education amid multiple stressors and changes.


I have home educated my children through multiple hardships and family crises. The concepts and tools I have developed over the years helped us to survive and thrive in chaotic times, similar to the ones we are now facing globally.


In this program, I have distilled the best of what I have learned from my personal experience with my children at home, from my work online as an Orton-Gillingham and Multisensory Math Instructor, and from my study of neuroeducation, the Science of Reading and multisensory approaches to learning. I designed Math at Midnight with strategies that wholeheartedly include the dyslexic learning style and are appropriate for all kinds of learners. I now wish to now share this course with you to give you hope and a way forward in uncertain times.

Testimonials from our private coaching clients...

FAQs


How will this help me?

We are in a time of great uncertainty due to multiple societal factors. Home-based education is rising as an option for many, but remains mysterious or intimidating for first-timers. Or perhaps you already home educate, but your children have recent diagnoses of learning differences that change the game for you. Math at Midnight will help you get creative with your scheduling for home education plus give you research-backed guidance for effective Math instruction.




How will I receive the course?

When you purchase Math at Midnight, you will be granted private access to a streamlined and easy-to-use course portal containing the uploaded modules and documents that you can view, download, and complete at your own pace.




How long does it take to complete the course?

The mini-course content and assignment may be completed in as little as 90 minutes.




How long will I have access to the material?

This mini-course is designed to get you started with home education. Access will expire on October 31, 2020.




What else do I need to know?

Due to the digital nature of this product, refunds or exchanges cannot be given and all sales are final.




What if I have more questions?

If you have another question, please reach out to us at [email protected]. We are happy to help!