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Homeschooling is a beautiful education method but sometimes we have days we question everything that we’re doing . The host, Rowan Atkinson, shares about those doubting days and encourages you with some real talk that you’re not alone. Sometimes that’s better than any theoretical pep talk.
Rowan interviews Clara Campedelli of Simply Clarafying. Clara shares her journey as a certified tutor and homeschool mom of ten years and they enjoy a wry and candid conversation about motherhood.
Rowan interviews veteran homeschooler and blogger Bonnie Landry, whose hallmark is homeschooling with joy. Bonnie has created homeschooling resources and is a popular speaker. She is a homeschooling mom of seven who lives in British Columbia. Bonnie also has an online seminar on the topic of Homeschooling with Joy that she has had professionally produced.
Interview with Laurel Coatsworth of the CCHE in which we discuss trends and research in Canadian home education and the ways the Canadian Centre for Home Education advocates on behalf of Canadian homeschoolers.
The knowledge that research supports home education as an excellent method for educating children is very encouraging if you are contemplating or just beginning homeschooling. Rowan pulls together Canadian home school research articles and shares them in a simple format.
There is so much information out there! It can be overwhelming. In this episode we simplify it down to the main things you need to know and some good advice. Second in a series for new homeschoolers.
Interview with the founders of Unlock Math, which is useful as curriculum but also as remedial help. Hear the story of how the Blackwoods launched their business as well.
Join the conversation about the value of a local support group and gain valuable tips for organizing a group. As always, helpful resources, tips, and best and worst homeschooling moments. Good advice for new home schoolers too.