Homeschool Talks is an informative podcast about all things homeschooling. We feature exciting interviews with homeschoolers from all walks of life as well as leaders and influencers in the homeschool movement. Each episode is packed with practical tips, inspiring stories, and more.
Finding Connection through Military Relocations as a Homeschool Family: An Interview with Beverly Jacobson
If you are a military spouse or parent and are also homeschooling your children, you know there are unique challenges to relocating your family when duty calls. Join Natalie Mack and Beverly Jacobson (retired Air Force wife and mom to nine) for a conversation about finding connection even through the ups and downs of relocating as a military homeschool family. They’ll share some of their own experiences, how they’ve made it through tough times, helpful resources and advice, and lots of encouragement!
Parenting Teens with Confidence and Joy: An Interview with Connie Albers
When you think about parenting teens, are “confidence” and “joy” words that come to mind? Join Faith Berens (HSLDA Special Needs Consultant) and Connie Albers (speaker and author of Parenting Beyond the Rules: Raising Teens with Confidence and Joy!) for an encouraging conversation about parenting teens in today’s world. They will discuss some of the tough issues that teens face, the power of listening, encouragement for parents with a broken or hurting relationship with their teen, and more!
Study Shows: Family Togetherness Makes Children Happy: An Interview with Dr. Peter Gray
On this week’s episode of Homeschool Talks, Join Jim Mason (HSLDA Vice President of Litigation and Development) and Peter Gray, Ph.D. (Professor at Boston College, Author, and founding member of the nonprofit Let Grow) for a conversation about Dr. Gray’s study on how families are doing after this past year.
Approaching Homeschooling and Dyslexia with a Growth Mindset: An Interview with Marianne Sunderland
On this week’s episode of Homeschool Talks, join Faith Berens and Marianne Sunderland for a conversation about homeschooling children with dyslexia. They’ll discuss Marianne’s experiences as a dyslexia advocate and homeschool mom of 8 (7 with dyslexia), how to have a growth mindset, when and how to get help for your kids, and more!
A Homeschool Grad’s Experience and Adventures: An Interview with Sarah Schutte
Join Jim Mason (HSLDA Vice President of Litigation and Development) and Sarah Schutte (Homeschool Grad, Podcast Manager and Associate Editor for the National Review) for a conversation about Sarah’s homeschool and post-grad experience. They’ll discuss how homeschooling allowed Sarah to learn how to work through her learning disability, and her experience working for the National Review in New York City.
Heritage and Homeschooling: Building Positive Identity and Empathy | An Interview with Amber O'Neal Johnston
Join Anita Gibson (HSLDA High School Consultant) and Amber O’Neal Johnston (blogger, speaker, and homeschool Mom) for a conversation about building positive identities and empathy in your kids through homeschooling. They’ll discuss incorporating your own and other heritages into your homeschooling, ideas for how to do so, and Amber’s experience in her own homeschooling using books as roots and branches.
Wonderful & Inspiring!
HSLDA is an organization that I truly admire and am proud to support. This podcast provides encouragement and insight for homeschoolers all across the world. I highly recommend this podcast!
A grateful Mother
I am new to homeschooling my five year old. THANK YOU ALL SO MUCH FOR THIS PODCAST!!! Helps so much as we’re approaching our first year of homeschool.