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RLL #97: (Facebook Live) Empowering Kids Through Homeschool Buy-In

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In this episode (which originally aired as a Facebook Live), Colleen discusses how getting your kiddos on “your team” when it comes to homeschooling is the single best thing you can do to help your homeschool journey go smoothly. She outlines with practical steps and suggestions how we as parents can engage our kiddos as “active participants” and see success in their learning.

RLL #97: (Facebook Live) Empowering Kids Through Homeschool Buy-In

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RLL #96: Finding Learning Opportunities with Dennis DeNoia

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Our quirky kids become happier and more willing learners when they are allowed to pursue their own interests beyond any academic requirements. Today, Colleen speaks with extraordinary math instructor and friend, Dennis DeNoia of Mr. D Math, about seeing learning opportunities in many different places and how giving his kids the freedom to pursue their interests has helped them be better learners.

RLL #96 Finding Learning Opportunities with Dennis DeNoia

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RLL #92: Building Self and Setting Goals with Suki Wessling

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These quirky gifted or 2e kids of ours are often “square pegs in round holes” everywhere they go, not just in school. Bringing them home helps them to thrive in their own way and often a self-directed, child-led homeschool approach helps them to discover who they truly are and what they want to learn. In this episode, Colleen speaks with Suki Wessling, homeschooling parent, writer, musician and online instructor at Athena’s Advanced Academy about helping our kids learn to set goals and flourish as authentic individuals in lives of their own design.

RLL #92: Building Self and Setting Goals with Suki Wessling

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Not Knowing Everything Makes Me a Better Homeschool Parent

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You’ve heard of the 80/20 rule, I’m sure. Usually it means that 20% of the people in an organization do 80% of the work, but it means something different to a homeschool mom. To homeschool parents it may represent the 80% of people who declare they could never homeschool compared to the 20% of people […]

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Out of This World Astronomy Finds

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One of the most beautiful features of our new home has been seeing the night sky away from city lights and pollution. What my kids once always knew as dark has since become brilliantly illuminated with stars, constellations, meteor showers, and sometimes even planets! And since homeschooling offers us the flexibility to learn whenever we […]

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