Hosted by a homeschool dad / former college professor. The purpose of this podcast to encourage and equip homeschool moms to teach science (6th - 12th grade) and to make it interesting and enjoyable for students (and mom). Some topics include: order of science classes, prep for ACT, teaching college prep vs. "non-science" students, labs and lab reports, lots of stories from teaching thousands of university and homeschooled students, teaching biology, chemistry, physics, and anatomy & physiology, Q and A's with homeschool moms, and much more.
The Difference Between Marine Biology & Marine Science
We cover the need for high school students to be exposed to marine study and the case for marine science rather than marine biology.
Math! for "Non-Math" Students
This episode covers the concept of teaching math and science differently for two groups of students: 1. students who will likely be math or science college majors, and 2. students who may attend college but will likely not be math or science majors, and students who will likely not attend college.
The Miracle of 20 Minute Consistency
This episode is a discussion of the power of 20 minute consistency over time.
This 1 ACT Prep Tip Can Boost Score 1-5 Points
Adequately preparing for the ACT test is a massive undertaking. However, this one tip, implemented well, can yield a significant improvement in a student's score.
Newton's 3 Laws of Motion
Discusses Newton's three laws of motion and how to teach them to students.
Learning How to Learn
In this episode we discuss techniques for effective note-taking and studying.