One of the more profound lessons “from down the road” may well be that there is more to homeschooling than academic pursuits. Join veteran homeschool moms Shelly Stockton and Lisa Bailey as they discuss building character, spiritual habits, relational maturity, and practical life skills while living and learning at home with their girls. Discover how a classical education lived out in community (both home and CC) provides the environment for learning the biggest lessons of life.
Have you ever wished you could ask an “expert” a question about homeschooling? Well, we don’t know many who claim to be experts, but there are those who are farther along on the journey, veterans with wisdom to share. In this new series, host Lisa Bailey talks with some experienced parents who can offer ideas, tips, and encouragement. In this episode, Christy Bradley shares well-earned wisdom on keeping it simple as the way to peace and satisfaction with your homeschool journey. Listen as these friends talk about consistency, curriculum choices, Mission Statements, schedules, and priorities.
Heading into Challenge III or IV with lots of expectations, and maybe a few questions? Join Kathy Donegia and Lisa Bailey for this episode of the Everyday Educator podcast, and re-think your assumptions while discovering the real pluses of classical Christian education lived out in community. Explore both the academic fruit as well as the unanticipated life lessons of shepherding your student through these last years of high school.
Challenge I and Challenge II: What are your expectations? Do you have assumptions about the studies, your students, and your role as the lead learner? On this week’s episode of the Everyday Educator, Sonya Lindsey and Lisa Bailey explore both the practicalities and the ideals of these challenge levels. Listeners will gain both insights and ideas, and discover the real blessings of homeschooling teens.