In this new Everyday Educator podcast series, host Lisa Bailey and her guests will do their best to bust some of the most prevalent homeschooling myths—and answer the question “Why do we believe these myths, anyway?” In this episode, Jennifer Courtney helps to dispel the myth that homeschool success rests on finding the right curriculum—and sticking with it. Tune in as these veteran educators discuss what curriculum can and cannot do for you, and stick around to hear Jennifer’s two “best myth buster weapons”!
Are you treating your homeschool journey like a sprint or a marathon? Many of us begin with the enthusiasm of sprinters, and discover that the sprint pace cannot be maintained for the life of our journey! Listen in this week as homeschool veteran Kelli Wilt shares her story and some true wisdom from down the road. You’ll learn to pause, reflect, reassess, recalibrate—and rejoice!
Are you ready, willing, and able to become the Lead Learner in your home? Maybe you are ready, but you’ve bought into a lie that says you’re not able. Maybe you’re willing, but you don’t know how to start. This week’s episode of the Everyday Educator Podcast features Lanelle Lowe, sharing the truth that God is out to redeem what’s been lost or broken in your educational experience! You’ll find encouragement to learn alongside your child, and practical skills that will equip you to unlock the door to confident lead learning.
Is your homeschool for training minds or training hearts? Why would we start with the heart when beginning the homeschool journey? This week, listen as guest Amy Jones and host Lisa Bailey share the conviction that education is for training the mind and heart, in order to think higher thoughts. Glean some practical ideas for cultivating a sweet spirit in your home, and for discerning some spiritual goals for your family.