The Brave Writer podcast is a big juicy conversation about how to bring learning to life for your kids! Julie Bogart and guests talk about how parents and children are partners in the learning adventure, especially when approaching the daunting task of writing. Brave Writer appeals to homeschoolers, educators, and parents who want more out of "school" than merely passing tests. Visit us at http://bravewriter.com and follow along at the blog for show notes: http://blog.bravewriter.com
Keep All Options on the Table
Let’s continue the conversation around rules vs boundaries by discussing how to stop eliminating options, and ensure you’re leaving options on the table as the lives of you and your child evolve.
Setting Boundaries, Not Setting Rules
Welcome to the first episode of a new segment I’m calling “Julie Pep Talks,” where I narrow in on one particular topic and share my related thoughts and suggestions. Today, we’re talking about setting healthy boundaries instead of setting strict rules.
Introducing Teens to Unschooling Liberation with Grace Llewellyn
Grace Llewellyn, author of The Teenage Liberation Handbook, is a staple in the unschooling community. We talk about the expectations that come with unschooling, addressing fears parents may have, and the joys of dabbling.
The Learning Benefits of Travel & Taking Big Risks with Blake Boles
Blake Boles is an author, a podcast host, and the Founder of Unschool Adventures, an experiential learning program. We talk about the benefits of travel and risk taking on increasingly catered to teens.
The Culture of Parenting, Marriage & the Mamasphere with Anne Helen Petersen
Anne Helen Petersen joins me to discuss the influence of the Mamasphere and why mothers trust the advice of other moms over experts or professionals. We also delve into the topic of divorce and the concept of Red and Blue Marriage, sharing examples from my life as well as Anne’s.
The Bermuda Triangle of Education
There’s one question we receive again and again when it comes to teaching children. It falls into something I call The Bermuda Triangle of Education. It’s a place where so many of us go wrong, and yet the principles to get out are actually quite simple.