Summer is almost here, and your family is likely ready to celebrate! On this edition of the Everyday Educator Podcast, Delise Germond and Chelly Barnard regale our host with ideas that draw families together, celebrate simple pleasures, and build lasting memories. Listen in for some new ideas that will make doing life together feel fresh and celebratory this summer.
Looking for a way to “celebrate summer” with your family this year? Become Explorers! On this episode of the Everyday Educator Podcast, Jeremiah Wentz and Delise Germond introduce us to CC’s Explorers Camp, and help us see how exploring is really about learning to love the world around you as you find your place in it. You’ll hear about what to expect, how to prepare, where to register, and when to get started. (hint: go to classicalconversations/explorers and enter code EE10 to get 10% off!) Join us this summer: there is so much “new” still to be discovered!
In this episode, Daniel Shirley, homeschool graduate and Challenge IV tutor, talks with long-time homeschooling moms and CC leaders: Amanda Butler, Academic Director, and Heather Shirley, Academic Officer, about new training opportunities for licensed directors and tutors. If you liked what you heard about how CC trains homeschooling parents, consider becoming a CC tutor. Visit classicalconversations.com and click on “contact a local leader” to learn more about starting a CC homeschool community in your area.
Everybody loves a good story, and we have a new collection to tell you about. Join the Everyday Educator podcast this week as Jennifer Courtney tells us why these “ancient stories” are so timely for your family! You’ll also discover some ways to use these wonderful read alouds to start great conversations, and maybe encourage a budding storyteller in your midst.
As you approach graduation with your student—or imagine what it will be like in the “sweet by and by”—are you filled with gratitude, excitement, or trepidation? This Everyday Educator podcast will remind you of the causes for celebration in this milestone, and perhaps reframe your thinking as you look toward a new beginning with your child! Join Brittany Lewis and Lisa Bailey as they celebrate the “end” of this journey: rich conversations, solid learning habits, preparation for God’s next steps, and confidence that the best is yet to be!