The Toronto Muslim Homeschoolers (TMH) is an organization which provides support to Muslim homeschooling families in Toronto and the GTA.
TMH began in 2006 with 10 families and has now grown to over 200 families. We continue to develop a support network which will enrich each family’s unique approach to homeschooling through the continuous exchange of ideas and resources. We also endeavour to promote Homeschooling by informing the community of its’ many rewarding benefits.
Join us at our Annual TMH Homeschooling Conference:
· Discover and learn how home education can be a viable alternative to a failing education system.
· Meet and speak with experienced homeschooling parents committed to home education.
· Get a first hand look at a variety of curriculum used by homeschooling families.
Dinner, Dessert and Coffee/Tea will be served.
Michael Reist is a teacher with over 28 years of experience in the Ontario school system, and he and his wife homeschooled their four children through elementary school. Michael has been a mentor to many homeschooled kids and a consultant to many homeschooling parents. He is the author of “Raising Boys In A New Kind Of World”, “The Dysfunctional School: Uncomfortable Truths and Awkward Insights on School, Learning and Teaching”, and “What Every Parent Should Know About School”.
Gengiz Ali is a public high school teacher with 7 years of experience teaching in both the Toronto and Peel district school boards. For the past 5 years, he’s also led a youth mentorship initiative for Muslim high school students in his local community. He currently homeschools with his wife and 4 children.