Walter Crawford chats with Tammy Parker, Catholic Teacher, Accountability Mentor, Financial Advisor, as they ask the great question, “Should teens know all the answers for life after highschool?”
(Image: https://www.pexels.com/photo/close-up-of-girl-writing-256468/ ) Guest post by Chloe Kirby There is a good reason teachers are professionally trained. Teaching children requires skills that are not simply…
A desire to ignite our kids with great ideas and an appreciation for their dignity as children of God often leads us to good books that jumpstart great conversations! But where to begin? Today, our guest is the delightful Kevin O’Brien, here to explain why Learning from Literature Starts with Scripture.
If you’re new to homeschooling, you’re probably getting asked a question that veteran homeschoolers find very familiar. Today, Maureen Wittmann is here with very smart and very reassuring responses to the question, “But what about socialization?!”
What do you do when the voices of self-doubt are screaming in your head? Here are three suggestions to help you feel better. #homeschooling
Sometimes a minor tweak in your homeschool life can make a big difference. Taking the time to honestly evaluate what is not working and attempting to make meaningful changes can lead to a much more positive homeschool day.
Today’s guest, Margaret Gallipeau, was with us in Episode 48, helping us get organized for the year. Today, she’ll take us through some steps for evaluating how our plans are going, in our Mid-Semester Homeschool Organization Check-in!