What can our family learn together? How do we bring everyone into the conversation? Can we stay connected as the children study different things? Family learning sounds great…but sometimes feels hard! On this episode of The Everyday Educator, Lisa talks with Andrew and Laura Brafford about how their family is using the 5 Common Topics as conversation guides for some deeply satisfying family learning experiences!
Building an atmosphere of learning sounds great, but how do you do it? What makes it easier for a family to learn together, especially if the kids are different ages? Everyday Educator has some answers for you! Listen in as Olivia Walsh and Lisa Bailey offer some simple steps and easy ideas for learning all together, using the 5 Core Habits you’ve heard so much about!
Are you looking for ways to extend your family learning? Want some practical ways to integrate what all your students are studying? Listen in as Lisa talks this week to Angela Oxford (mom, Challenge director, Training and Support leader) ; you’ll hear simple yet effective ways to write your family’s learning story, making learning a team effort. Find out how projects such as the Science Fair can bring your family together, keeping hearts and minds connected
Building a family learning culture is one of the most satisfying aspects of homeschooling. When your family learns together, you are making memories, and binding your hearts together! On this episode of the Everyday Educator, Lisa talks with Jennifer Courtney about habits we can cultivate early on that will help us build that family learning culture. Listen as these homeschool veterans share specific ways everyone in your family can participate in conversations about what you’re all learning. BONUS: learn how to use the new Scribblers At Home material (now in Limited Digital Release on CC Connected) as a catalyst for learning as a family.