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S5E107: Homeschool: Getting Started~Clubhouse Edition

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Homeschool: Getting Started~Clubhouse Edition If you have been listening to the podcast this last year or following Honey! I'm Homeschooling The Kids on social media you may have heard that we have a wonderful homeschooling "club" on the Clubhouse app. The Club is called Honey! I'm Homeschooling and we host a room every Saturday at 9am mountain time, Monday's at 11am mountain time and Tuesday's at 4pm mountain time. Each "room" or meet up focuses on a topic related to homeschooling, unschooling, family life and progressive education. This episode is the recording of our August 28th room. Liana Francisco and I host the Saturday rooms and this recording is Homeschool: Getting Started. We start with the the steps to getting started on your homeschool journey. Filing the paperwork How to find the information or documentation for the area you live Legalities Goals, Purpose and Values Finding community We share our personal experiences, open up for Q&A and support each other through the process. Please note- there are many that chose to just listen in the room. If you are new to the app and would love to be part of the discussion, you have the choice to just listen or join the conversation. Resources Homeschooling With Purpose Master Class Honey! I'm Homeschooling~ The Club HSDLA Washington Homeschool Association Liana Francisco   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

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    S5E112: Creating A Culturally Rich Home Learning Environment with Amber O'Neal Johnston

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    Creating A Culturally Rich Home Learning Environment Amber O’Neal Johnston is a writer, speaker, and Worldschooling Charlotte Mason mama who blends living books with life-giving books and a culturally-rich environment for her four children and others seeking to do the same. She recommends we offer children opportunities to see themselves and others reflected in their lessons and especially throughout their books, and she’s known for sharing literary “mirrors and windows” on HeritageMom.com and @heritagemomblog on Instagram. I have followed Amber on social media for a while now and I wanted a chance to know her homeschool story a little more. "Charlotte Mason with an afro" tagline got me pretty quickly. Amber gave me a a chance to ask all of the questions around homeschool life, purpose and creating a culturally rich home learning environment. In This Episode Can you delve into literature, living books and classical history and find examples of people that look you? Do your children find their own likeness reflected back to them in the pages they turn? Not every family can answer yes. But Amber O'Neal Johnston's family is trying to bridging that gap to create an inclusive, culturally rich education. In this episode Amber shared with me the reasons why they first chose to homeschool and why they continue to homeschool. Coming from a family of school administrators, I knew that her choice to homeschool came from deep within the heart, not just the mind. She explained that this was a decision they made for their oldest child. They were uncertain at first if she would fit into the mainstream classroom. After time passed and their family grew, they came to recognize that homeschooling catered to her individual intricacies. But it also highlighted the unique gifts that each of their children brings to them. "It's not what we are going to exclude, it's who we are going to include" Amber and I also explored how their homeschool has become a culturally confirming environment. The importance of raising black kids to love themselves became a central part of their learning life after her daughter told her that "you say that we study important people- and they are all white". She wondered where or if anyone that looks like her has a place in the past, present or future. So along with love and faith, this quickly became a guiding purpose in their learning life. Through the stories they read, the travel they embark on and who they are being in the world, they truly own their own learning. It's "not what we are going to exclude, it's who we are going to include", Amber tells me. I certainly connect with that. If you enjoyed this interview you can find Amber at her blog, HeritageMom.com and on Instagram @heritagemomblog. She offers a wealth of resources to families that are also looking for a more culturally confirming learning environment. I also recommend checking out my episodes with Karema Akilah of The Genius School and Akilah S Richards of Fare of The Free Child. Although Karema and Akilah are Unschoolers, rather than Charlotte Mason homeschoolers, their purpose is similar. Raising black kids to love themselves. And support learners in their diversity and liberation. Would you like to be a bigger part of the podcast? Become a patron~ https://www.patreon.com/honeyimhomeschoolingthekids See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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    S5E111: Homeschooling~Getting Started Part 2: Clubhouse Edition

    1:24:31

    Homeschooling~Getting Started Part 2:Clubhouse Edition Are you just getting started in homeschooling? Or are you a homeschooler that has hit a bump in the road and needs a little more encouragement? This episode is for you then. Our September Theme in the Honey! I'm Homeschooling club on Clubhouse was; Homeschooling- Getting Started. I recorded two of our Clubhouse conversations from that month and this episode is Part 2. We welcomed many new homeschoolers this year and we want to make sure that each family that is in the beginning of their journey (actually at any stage in their journey) gets the support they need. This is one way that we do that. In This Episode In this episode of Homeschooling~Getting Started, Part 2 we discuss: Exploring values and guiding purpose Building our family rhythms What a week looks like in our unschooling family Expectations and fears How different homeschooling families deal with change Our role as parents in homeschool life Ways we can support self directed learning What you can do when your child has learned beyond the level that you can teach them If you haven't listened to Part 1 yet, you can go back and listen HERE. Looking For Community? Honey! I'm Homeschooling Club on Clubhouse Honey! I'm Homeschooling The Kids Club on the Clubhouse app is a way to connect with homeschooling community. Each week we host 4 discussion rooms on homeschooling, unschooling and self directed learning. The club and the discussion groups are free to join. Clubhouse is an audio only app so no need to post pictures, share video or even get out of your pyjamas. Just come as you are. Share stories, ask questions or just be there to listen. You can find our weekly schedule below and a little more inspiration below: Saturdays - 11 am EST / 8 am PST~ Building Learning Foundations Through Connection and Relationships Robyn Robertson, Liana Francisco Mondays - 1 pm EST / 10 am PST~Keeping Homeschooling Simple Kelly Edwards, Liana Francisco Tuesdays - 6 pm EST / 3 pm PST~Hot Topic and Special Guests Robyn Robertson + Special Guest Thursdays- 3pm EST / 12pm PST~Homeschooling in the Elementary Ages and Younger Allison Towner + Guest If you haven't already, join my email list where I share tips and stories from our unschooling journey. My Patreon community https://www.patreon.com/honeyimhomeschoolingthekids is packed with downloads, Q&A's and live support each month. Resources Here's a list of the wonderful resources (with links) that were shared in this episode: Clubhouse~Honey! I'm Homeschooling Club How To Cake it Monica Cochran- Learning Without Borders Pat Farenga- Honey! I'm Homeschooling The Kids Interview, John Holt GWS Carmen Gamper~ Flow To Learn Book, Flow To Learn Website AERO ~ Alternative Education Resource Organization Jeremy Stuart Documentaries- Self Taught~Life Stories From Self Directed Learners Homeschooling Getting Started Clubhouse Edition~Part 1 Questions? Connect with me through email. Looking to get closer? Ask me about my one-on-one coaching support. [email protected] Other ways to help support the podcast? Become a patron~ https://www.patreon.com/honeyimhomeschoolingthekids     See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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    S5E110: Food, Parenting and Unschooling with Deena Barselah

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    Food, Parenting and Unschooling FOOD. What does that word bring up for you? Does it make you think of work, hurt or frustration? Or does it conjure up feelings of joy, positivity and empowerment? It's interesting how our ideas, thoughts and even judgements around food are similar to those we hold around learning. For some of us, food can certainly play a large part in our parenting framework. Deena Barselah joined me on this episode to talk about our expectations and ideas around food. We went deeper and explored how food fits into our parenting and learning life. I loved this conversation. Deena lays out such a powerful connection between food, parenting and unschooling that I had never looked at before. Holistic and Integrative Coach Deena is a Holistic and Integrative Health Coach who guides mothers and families all over the world to remove the chore from food and cultivate a more joyful, connected, easier, and confident relationship with food.  She's supported her own disordered eating, autoimmune conditions, and chronic digestive distress with shifts in diet, habits, and nervous system healing.  Deena believes there's no one-size-fits-all to family food and that by cultivating a system that works well for your unique family, you can let go of the "shoulds" that weigh you down.  She lives in Encinitas, CA with her husband and son and is a homeschooling mama.  Previously, Deena worked in the corporate world in areas of Organizational Psychology and People Development.   In This Episode In this episode Deena's connection between food, parenting and unschooling was fantastic. She had me step re-examine my ideas around food, snacks, mealtime and what I model for my family. She asks are the rules or expectations around food truly ours? Do they apply to who you are or are they prescriptive ideas that we have taken? We also tackled some of those food topics that seem to be regular sore spots for parents: Snacking Dinner time Meal Planning The pressure of the "well rounded meal" Picky Eaters Candy and Treats Halloween Deena leaves us with actionable tips and thoughtful questions that help us reframe unrealistic expectations we may be holding on to around food. Resources If you would like to learn more Deena and her community, you can find her on her website http://deenabarselah.com/ Her workshop is The Joyful Family Meal and you can also find her on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/deenabarselah/ If you enjoyed this conversation, I am sure you will like my conversation with Liana Francisco. Liana is a grown unschooler that now unschools her son. She's also a serial entrepreneur and coach who helps other moms make plant-based eating easy with a system.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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    S5E109: Alternatives To College~Praxis

    1:06:33

    Alternatives to College~Praxis Is University or College the only option? I know University is what we push, or aspire our kids to attend. We try our best to use their childhood to prepare them it. Not to prepare them for adulthood, but for college. I even notice at times that people measure the success of homeschooling or unschooling on...college. Were they able to get in, did they attend and if they did, where did they go? How did they do? There seems to be the perception that "something must be wrong with you if you don't go to school." But really, is there something wrong? Or have there only been limited alternatives and viewpoints up until now? What are the alternatives to College? If you are familiar with my podcast, you will know that I am all about exploring the alternatives. I showcase the unique learning lives that families have created. I want to continue offering these numerous perspectives and this episode is no different. This time I am showcasing a different perspective on post secondary education. It is called Praxis and I am joined by the CEO of Praxis, Cameron Sorsby. Praxis~ Get matched with a full-time, paid apprenticeship without the cost or hassle of college. No degree required Cameron Sorsby is the CEO of Praxis, a year-long apprenticeship program that combines a professional bootcamp and a full-time paid job at a high-growth startup. The program offers a direct route into entrepreneurial careers for driven young people without the cost and hassle of college. Outside of Praxis, Cameron enjoys spending time with his family, golfing, and reading. As a former public and private school student, he's very jealous of all the amazing homeschoolers that join Praxis. In This Episode~Praxis Philosophy In this episode Cameron and I explore the core philosophy of Praxis- that the best way to learn is through experience. We talk about how and why Praxis came to be in 2013 and what it looks like now. We break down the 3 different stages of life and learning at Praxis and why this program is so uniquely different to traditional college and university. It comes down to: The career discovery process and the foundational skills that a person needs, no matter what The job hunt and landing a job- being pro-active and creative Setting yourself up for continuous growth and learning Apprenticeship and mentorship At a fraction of the cost Did you know that close to 40% of Praxis alumni we homeschooled? That is a high number. And it speaks to the core philosophy of the program- that the best way to learn is through experience. It is a philosophy that many homeschoolers connect with. That philosophy and the choice of developing and betting on "self" instead of a traditional education and career path. That happens is the chance to build like and career on your own terms. I know many homeschoolers that wholeheartedly agree. Here are a few cornerstones that Cameron left for us in this interview. He was referring to guiding principles for young people facing the world, but I feel they apply to each one of us. Gain Work Experience Don't equate education with formal school- pursue interests, go down rabbit holes, learn as much as you can Don't be a consumer of content- Be a creator of content Get uncomfortable, get over the perfectionist mindset and develop the ability to do things with intention Resources If you connect with these and would like to learn more about Praxis, I suggest that you go to their website, DiscoverPraxis.com, join their newsletter or follow them on social media @DiscoverPraxis- on Facebook , Instagram and Twitter If you enjoyed this conversation and would like to hear more about homeschooling or unschooling and college, check out my interview with Hannah Frankman, a grown homeschooler that found a career at Praxis. Are you enjoying the podcast? I would love to hear from you. Just head to my contact page and send me a message. If you would like to offer support, join my Patreon community ~ https://www.patreon.com/honeyimhomeschoolingthekids See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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    S5E108: College and Self Discovery

    1:11:55

    Did you know that only 40% of College Students graduate in 4 years?   60% graduate in 6 years.   60% change majors at least 3 times.   In the US, the average cost of an instate public college is over $27000/year. A private college is $55,000/year.   Extending time in college can be a costly choice. That is why Beth and Greg Langston feel that empowering students to master their self discovery is the best way to prepare them for college and the world beyond. By helping students to discover and define their values, purpose and strengths, they are better able to articulate where they want to go and the path they want to follow. Whether that is college or not.   Beth and Greg Langston joined me on this episode to talk about the college process and the tools needed to succeed not only in post secondary, but throughout life. College Flight Plan Beth graduated from Purdue University in Education. She has helped hundreds of students navigate the college application essays with tremendous success. Greg graduated from the Purdue Krannert School of Business. Having led businesses in excess of $1 billion and worked in 65 countries, Greg has mentored hundreds of young professionals.   Beth and Greg homeschooled their children off and on for numerous years. Their family lived overseas until their children were teens. They decided to relocate back to the US so that their kids could better prepare for College. The goal was to find more opportunities for self discovery, opportunities to clarify their values and define the goals that would prepare them for college or the path they were gifted to do. Unable to find what they were looking for, Beth and Greg decided to found College Flight Plan. Combining their experience and backgrounds, they have developed tools that provide a sense of clarity and confidence for students. The goal of College Flight Plan is to empower students to master their self discovery. In This Episode~College & Self Discovery In this episode we talk about preparing young people for adult life through the process of self discover. We explored the 5 fundamental questions of this process:   What are my core values, and how do I use them? What are my strengths and weaknesses? What is my purpose in life? What are the college majors that best suit me? What are my five-year and one-year goals?   I'd like to know, did you attend College or University and was it the right path for you? Do your children feel it is the right path for them? What has helped them to clarify their life ahead?   If College is a path that your kids are looking towards but the cost is holding you back, check out my episode with Abby Chao~ CollegeBacker and Saving For College. Find out more about College Flight Plan ~ https://collegeflightplan.com/ To receive the free gift The Parents Starter Kit To Teen Self Discovery~ https://collegeflightplan.com/guide/ Reach out to Beth~ [email protected] Reach out to Greg- [email protected] See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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    S5E107: Homeschool: Getting Started~Clubhouse Edition

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    Homeschool: Getting Started~Clubhouse Edition If you have been listening to the podcast this last year or following Honey! I'm Homeschooling The Kids on social media you may have heard that we have a wonderful homeschooling "club" on the Clubhouse app. The Club is called Honey! I'm Homeschooling and we host a room every Saturday at 9am mountain time, Monday's at 11am mountain time and Tuesday's at 4pm mountain time. Each "room" or meet up focuses on a topic related to homeschooling, unschooling, family life and progressive education. This episode is the recording of our August 28th room. Liana Francisco and I host the Saturday rooms and this recording is Homeschool: Getting Started. We start with the the steps to getting started on your homeschool journey. Filing the paperwork How to find the information or documentation for the area you live Legalities Goals, Purpose and Values Finding community We share our personal experiences, open up for Q&A and support each other through the process. Please note- there are many that chose to just listen in the room. If you are new to the app and would love to be part of the discussion, you have the choice to just listen or join the conversation. Resources Homeschooling With Purpose Master Class Honey! I'm Homeschooling~ The Club HSDLA Washington Homeschool Association Liana Francisco   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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    S5E106: Getting Started 101: Values and Guiding Purpose

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    Values and Guiding Purpose For many it's the beginning of the new school year! For others you may be half way through that beginning journey. How has it been so far? In this episode I am focusing on why and how you can build your values and guiding purpose. This is an important foundation whether you are a homeschooler, unschooler or even traditional schooler. It is important part of the homeschooling process because defining our values helps to guide our way.  Living with purpose means to be living in alignment with our values. And when we understand our values and purpose and are living in alignment with those things, it helps us to feel more confident (confidence repels those naysayers) which brings more joy and diminishes overwhelm (because it helps us to make clear decisions). It can even be our reference point to knowing whether what we are doing is successful.  I begin each year with our values and guiding purpose. In learning, family life and living. Developing and getting clear on our family values and guiding purpose is also the first week's theme for my LIVE master class, Homeschooling With Purpose. It sets the stage for each step in the class which is designed to support each homeschooling parent in building a unique natural learning framework for their family. If you want to learn more about this 4 week, small group live master class, go HERE. We begin this conversation and community September 12th If you want to hear more about other important steps in the building your homeschool foundation, check out my episode on Deschooling. I also answer the "big" questions in the episode- https://imhomeschooling.com/the-homeschool-journey-your-questions-answered/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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    S5E105: Homeschooling With A Montessori Mindset with Pilar Bewley

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    Welcome to episode 105 with Pilar Bewley of Mainly Montessori. In this episode Pilar took time out to talk about embracing a Montessori mindset in homeschooling. We talked about the Montessori philosophy, how that plays out in the home environment vs the classroom and why she felt homeschooling Montessori supported her family best.   Pilar is a former Montessori child, homeschool mentor, and Montessori advocate.    In addition to a B.Sc. in Hospitality Management and ample entrepreneurial experience, Pilar holds AMI certifications for ages 3-12, a Master’s degree in Montessori education, and Positive Discipline parent and classroom certifications.  Pilar has a decade of classroom experience at Primary and Elementary levels, and has been homeschooling her children for three years.    She created Mainly Montessori to support homeschooling parents, because she believes that Montessori can help parents raise lifelong learners.  Pilar lives with her children and husband in Southern California. What You Will Learn In This Episode~Homeschooling With A Montessori Mindset I loved my conversation with Pilar. We truly connected on our beliefs around child centred, interest led learning and the power of homeschooling in creating a secure family attachment. I also loved our dive into a topic that comes up often for homeschooling parents-Screen-Time. Pilar shared her personal observations, being screen free, the expectations and the impact it has had in their home. We also explored;   Deschooling - what it has meant for Pilar and why it has been an important part of their family transition from school to homeschool Observation, play and preparing the learning environment Homeschooling With A Montessori Mindset- Child Centred Learning and respecting a child as their own force The power of the homeschool environment Screen-time- expectations, limitations and impacts Raising life long learners in each stage of growth and development-in what ways can we best prepare for each stage? Parenting- Positive Discipline, respect and boundaries Freedom and responsibility   This was a conversation from the heart. I believe that our homeschooling community is connected on the foundation of supporting and respecting the individual learner.   In this episode, you'll also get to hear a little more of our family's personal unschooling journey as it plays out for our oldest. He's a teen, off on his personal learning adventure. Pilar and I discuss the transition into adulthood, letting go and allowing our children to follow their own path as they contribute to the broader world. Resources If you would like to connect with Pilar or learn more about her work, this is where you can find her:   Free Private Facebook Group- Second Plane Montessori This space is for homeschoolers, parents, and educators who are guiding children between the ages of 6 and 12 using the Montessori approach.   Mainly Montessori   Instagram~ Mainly.Montessori   Mainly Montessori YouTube Channel   If you are interested in learning more about the Montessori practice, check out my interview with Jeanne Marie Paynel Are you enjoying the podcast? I would love to hear from you. Just head to my contact page and send me a message. If you would like to offer support, join my Patreon community ~ https://www.patreon.com/honeyimhomeschoolingthekids See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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    S5E104: Social Emotional Learning with Dr. Lorea Martínez

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    Social Emotional Learning with Dr. Lorea Martínez  Dr. Lorea Martínez Pérez is the award-winning founder of HEART in Mind Consulting, a company dedicated to helping schools and organizations integrate Social Emotional Learning in their practices, products, and learning communities. An educator who has worked with children and adults internationally, Dr. Martínez is currently a faculty member at Columbia University Teachers College, educating aspiring principals inEmotional Intelligence. Previously, she was a special education teacher and administrator. A native of the Costa Brava in Spain, she currently lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband and two daughters. Dr. Lorea Martínez is also the author of the book, Teaching with the HEART in Mind. In the book, Dr. Lorea Martínez provides a comprehensive roadmap to understanding the psychology of emotions, relationships, and adversity in learning, while equipping you to teach SEL skills and develop your own social and emotional intelligence. In This Episode Dr. Lorea Martínez believes that creating better outcomes for our children means academics and standardized assessments aren’t enough. You need to educate both their hearts and minds. In this episode Martínez offers social emotional learning tools and techniques that we can put into practice in our own homes. These HEART principals and framework help us integrate emotions, build relationships and support a rich learning environment. We explore; Social Emotional Learning and the psychology of emotions- honouring and responding to our emotions Thought patterns and self talk Self Empathy- the importance of connecting with ourselves and showing ourselves compassion How to establishing positive relationships The emotions that are most conducive to learning I loved this interview. Dr. Martínez and I hold similar beliefs that purpose and connection are the key components to building a successful learning environment. I am certain that you will appreciate the practical steps and example that Dr. Martínez provides in this episode so that we not only have an understanding of why Social Emotional Learning is important, but the how in implementing this into our home and relationships. Resources Lorea Martínez websites and social media: http://www.loreaMartinez.com https://www.facebook.com/loreamartinezSEL/ https://twitter.com/loreamart/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/loreamartinez/ Heart In Mind Discussion Guide Dr. Dan Siegel Inside Out The Movie If you enjoyed this interview, you may also like my interview with Roya Dedeaux, a grown unschooler, professor and family therapist. Are you enjoying the podcast? I would love to hear from you. Just head to my contact page and send me a message. If you would like to offer support, join my Patreon community ~ https://www.patreon.com/honeyimhomeschoolingthekids See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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    S5E103: Finding Freedom Within Structure with Kelly Edwards

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    Finding Joy, Connection and Freedom Within Structure Kelly Edwards is the creator of the 90-Minute School Day.  A lifestyle approach to education.  The 90-Minute School Day method connects children with learning in their natural environment: at home with their family.  It is designed for pre-K through 6th grade.  Kelly is passionate about home education, connecting families through attachment, learning as a lifestyle and helping children (and parents) identify their purpose.  Kelly is entering her 7th year as a homeschool mom, she lives in the Shenandoah Valley of WV with her husband and 3 girls ages 13, 6, and 3.  She is a licensed foster parent, successful entrepreneur, and community citizen.  She uses her personal and professional experience to guide the homeschooling parent with a framework and system to overcome the overwhelm that affects each of us.  You can learn more about her by visiting www.90minuteschoolday.com or follow her on Instagram at @90minuteschoolday. Have you ever met someone that you seem to connect with pretty quickly, despite the circumstances? What about on social media? Kelly and I met on the social app, Clubhouse and even though we live in two different countries we found our paths crossing. We connected on a personal level and have been in touch regularly ever since. (It's pretty cool how our world works now, isn't it?) As a fellow homeschooling parent who's underlying values match many of mine, I wanted to have Kelly on the show. And of course, Kelly brought a huge amount of value, tools and personal experience to this episode. In This Episode-Finding Joy, Connection and Freedom within Structure In this episode Kelly spoke to why they have chosen to homeschool their 3 children. The choice for them was not a change in lifestyle but a need they saw for their children~Greater attachment. Kelly's family homeschool is based on the foundation of emotional attachment and connection, faith and freedom. Kelly says that if we are not feeling the emotional connection, then our learning stops. Kelly has also found a framework and flow to their days that she says as a business owner and homeschool parent, allows her to find joy, connection and freedom within structure. In this episode we spoke to; Connection and resiliency Living education and living life together What homeschooling looks like for child and parent in their home and what that includes- play, empathy, adventuring, working, talking, facilitating The 90 minute structure and finding freedom within structure Being intentional when framing your day The Circadian cycle and how Kelly intentionally creates their days to reflect the cycle, rest and seasons How to set up your child for success Kelly's advice on Deschooling and ways we can access freedom, calm, confidence and connection this summer and beyond Confidence, Calm and Connection- How To Be An Awesome Homeschooler Kelly and I have been working on a new project together this summer. It's the first Homeschooling Summit to be featured on Clubhouse and it's called How To Be An Awesome Homeschooler. The summit runs August 6th and is based on 3 cornerstone themes of homeschooling; Confidence, Calm and Connection. We have a keynote speaker for each theme along with interactive Q&A's with each speaker as well as further discussions with Kelly and I. (That means a space to get your questions answered, air your doubts and connect with others in real time!!) Gina Riley, professor and unschooling parent to a grown unschooler, will be speaking to the theme of Confidence. Demetria Giles, educator, consultant and single homeschool mom will speak to Calm and Rachel Rainbolt, gentle parenting, natural homeschooling, and simple living mentor will speak to Connection. The summit is open to anyone that would like to join on Clubhouse. But to receive the recordings, freebies and special giveaways, you have to register for the free summit. To register go here. Resources Connect with Kelly on her website www.90minuteschoolday.com or Instagram @90minuteschoolday Register for the Summit, How To Be An Awesome Homeschooler Listen to my interviews with the Summit Keynotes on this podcast; Dr. Gina Riley, Demetria Giles and Rachel Rainbolt See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

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