4 episodes

Millions of parents and carers have suddenly found themselves responsible for overseeing their children’s education from home during the COVID-19 pandemic.

If you’re one of them, you may be finding this a daunting challenge to be facing on top of all of the other stresses of our current global situation. This is a podcast special to help bring you and your family resources and insight from around the world, and to give you the opportunity to share what is happening with your own family so that others can benefit from your experiences.

No matter how isolated you may be feeling, the support you need is out there and my hope is that this podcast will connect you to it.

Learning from Home with Sir Ken Robinso‪n‬ Sir Ken Robinson

    • Education
    • 4.6 • 5 Ratings

Millions of parents and carers have suddenly found themselves responsible for overseeing their children’s education from home during the COVID-19 pandemic.

If you’re one of them, you may be finding this a daunting challenge to be facing on top of all of the other stresses of our current global situation. This is a podcast special to help bring you and your family resources and insight from around the world, and to give you the opportunity to share what is happening with your own family so that others can benefit from your experiences.

No matter how isolated you may be feeling, the support you need is out there and my hope is that this podcast will connect you to it.

    Natalie Bigney

    Natalie Bigney

    Welcome to the third episode of Learning from Home, where I speak to Natalie, a mother of four children of ranging ages from Utah, USA.
    Natalie’s early experience of learning from home was overwhelming, not least of all because she received over 70 school-related emails in one week alone; even her kindergartener has five different websites where her learning is taking place. She has found that making the time to be together outside has made a really positive impact on their mental health as a family.

    • 33 min
    Julie Lythcott-Haims and Kate Robinson

    Julie Lythcott-Haims and Kate Robinson

    Welcome to the second episode of Learning From Home with Sir Ken Robinson.

    In this episode we are joined by Julie Lythcott-Haims - esteemed writer and speaker - to discuss the devastating and unnecessary murder of George Floyd by members of the Minneapolis Police Department, the subsequent protests in the USA and around the world, and why the Black Lives Matter movement is so important.

    • 39 min
    Sonia Benavides and Kate Robinson

    Sonia Benavides and Kate Robinson

    Welcome to the first episode of our ‘Learning From Home’ series. We’re joined by Sonia Benavides, architect and mother of 4 from Mexico.

    This interview took place at the beginning of April 2020 - facts and figures are not currently up to date.

    • 42 min
    Introducing: Learning from Home

    Introducing: Learning from Home

    Hello, I'm Ken Robinson.

    I am launching this podcast special to help bring you and your family resources and insight from around the world during the COVID-19 pandemic, giving you the opportunity to share what is happening with your own family so that others can benefit from your experiences.

    No matter how isolated you may be feeling, the support you need is out there and my hope is that this podcast will connect you to it.

    • 5 min

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