Is Studying Latin Relevant to Our Homeschool?

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latinWe’re thrilled to welcome a special guest on our podcast – Sara Greeb, a true maestro in Latin and Photography, and an esteemed instructor at True North Homeschool Academy!

Join us for an enlightening conversation as we dive deep into the significance of studying classics in our image-driven culture and untangle the subtle differences between propagation and propaganda.

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In this episode, we explore the timeless wisdom of Neil Postman, particularly his insights in “Amusing Ourselves to Death.” Sara will shed light on why “The King is Not the Grammarians” and why the constant nature of human behavior is precisely why the classics stand the test of time.

Ready to unravel the mysteries of classical education and its relevance in today’s fast-paced world?

Tune in as we navigate through profound discussions and gain insights that will reshape your perspective on education and media.

Recommended Latin Resource

Latin Study Helps

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It’s a well-known adage in the business world that you are hired for your hard skills and fired for your soft skills. It might be a well-known adage, but what are hard and soft skills?

  • Hard skills, such as welding or heart surgery, are easily measurable and quantifiable.
  • Soft skills are the personal attributes that enable someone to interact effectively, harmoniously, and productively with other people.

About Life Skills 101 Host, Lisa Nehring

My name is Lisa Nehring, and I will be your host, with regular appearances by my husband, Dr. David Nehring. Together we have homeschooled our five kids for the past 27 years and are passionately committed to resourcing and connecting fellow homeschoolers and Christians with the tools and resources necessary to navigate a complex world in need of a Savior.

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Navigating Electives: A Guide for Homeschooling High School Students

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Selecting the right electives can transform the high school experience for homeschoolers.Choosing electives can be both an exciting and daunting task for homeschooling high school students and their parents. Electives are not just filler courses; they are essential in shaping a well-rounded education, exploring interests, and preparing for future careers or college. In this post, we’ll explore how to make informed decisions when selecting electives.

Understanding the Role of Electives:

Electives play a crucial role in the high school curriculum. They provide students the chance to delve into subjects outside the core academic courses, helping them discover new passions, develop practical skills, and gain a broader perspective on the world. Whether it’s art, technology, or a foreign language, electives can significantly enhance a student’s educational experience.

1. Assessing Interests and Goals to Choose Electives:

The first step in choosing electives is to consider your child’s interests and long-term goals. Does your student show an inclination towards creative arts, sciences, or languages? Understanding these preferences is key. For instance, a student interested in a business career might benefit from courses like Entrepreneurship or Accounting 101, while a future scientist might prefer Genetics or a New Testament Survey for those inclined towards theology or religious studies.

2. Exploring Career Paths:

Electives can be a gateway to potential careers. Courses like Career Exploration or The Copywriting Experience offer practical insights into specific professions, helping students make informed decisions about their future. Encourage your student to try courses that align with their potential career interests.

3. Developing Essential Life Skills:

Some electives focus on life skills that are valuable regardless of career choice. Courses such as Economics or Political Literature & Comp not only provide academic knowledge but also teach critical thinking, financial literacy, and a better understanding of the world.

4. Balancing Academics and Personal Growth:

While aligning electives with academic and career goals is important, personal growth should not be overlooked. Encourage your student to choose at least one elective purely for personal interest or enjoyment, like Art 2 or Foreign Language Exploration. This balance ensures a well-rounded education and keeps learning enjoyable.

5. Utilizing Resources:

Take advantage of resources like True North Homeschool Academy, which offers a diverse range of electives tailored for homeschooling students. From Expedition Africa for younger students to Essay Extravaganza for aspiring writers, these courses are designed to meet various interests and academic needs.

Selecting the right electives can transform the high school experience for homeschoolers. It’s about striking a balance between academic rigor, personal interests, and future aspirations. By carefully considering their interests, career goals, and personal growth, homeschooling students can choose electives that enrich their education and prepare them for the future.

Remember, the journey through high school is as much about discovery as it is about education. Choose electives that inspire, challenge, and excite your student, and watch them thrive in their unique educational path.


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Mrs. Nehring the voice behind the Life Skills 101 Podcast on the Ultimate Homeschool Podcast Network and is the Director of True North Homeschool Academy.

She is loved by parents for her ability to provide them with a strategic plan for their homeschool through coaching and advising.

Her vision for the implementation of the SAMR Method of education to the homeschool world has resulted in a one-of-a-kind education experience at TNHA.

She also operates It’s Not That Hard to Homeschool and Blue Collar Homeschooling.

Helping Our Kids Have Resiliency with Lisa Nehring

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Teaching Our Kids to Have Resiliency Helping Our Kids Have Resiliency

“We’re not just raising kids, we’re raising resilient adults. We’re raising spiritual beings.”

Join Lisa Nehring on the Ultimate Homeschool Radio Show in celebration of our 10th Birthday Celebration!

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In a world where people easily crumble like delicate snowflakes and take offense at the drop of a hat, it’s high time we pondered this vital question: Are our children truly growing in resiliency?

Are they emerging as fearless warriors, fortified with unyielding character and an indomitable spirit? Let me tell you, this remarkable gift of resiliency will serve as their secret weapon in navigating an increasingly secular world.

So join me on this resilience adventure as we explore the importance of resilience and why it’s high time we raise a generation of tenacious individuals who can conquer any challenge that comes their way. Trust me, it’ll be one heck of a ride.

Get Intentional!

In her excellent book, appropriately titled, Grit, Angela Duckworth takes on the task of developing the idea of resilience in our children. She advocates for making resilience development a part of kids’ life skills curriculum.

I couldn’t agree more. Our kids need resilience. It’s what allows them to go out and compete, take risks, fail, and try again.

Key Ingredients for Developing Resilience

Practice– Practice is what lets us learn as we go. To practice and develop well, we must get assessments and feedback.
Purpose– Resilience is not always about pursuing those things that we might have a natural inclination toward. Students should consider pursuing something that they can develop an interest in over the long term.
Hope– This is tied to trying and failing. Failure is a huge part of developing resilience. We need to teach our kids that success does not come without failure. Winners keep pursuing goals despite setbacks.
Time– We need to set aside time to practice with deliberation, fail, and succeed.
Create Some Resilience Goals

Angela Duckworth has some practical recommendations for bestowing the remarkable gift of resilience to your children:

Choose something that requires deliberate daily practice.
Commit to doing this activity for 2 years.
Finish what you’ve started for a specified interval.

Resources Mentioned in the Podcast

After Action Your Homeschool Year


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True North Homeschool Academy is a virtual online learning experience with a small class size, and dynamic teaching from world-class teachers, with a focus on creating a one-of-a-kind educational experience families will love.


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Get Organized! A Roomless Approach to Functional Homeschooling

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The takeaway was simple: homeschooling isn't about a specific room but about being flexible and understanding what's best for each child's learning.As we head into the Holiday season, let’s talk about decluttering for the holidays as well as setting up for a great spring semester of learning!

Today, Lisa Nehring is talking with Wendy Zanders about the need for a homeshcool room, holiday clutter and prepping for spring learning!

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Do you really need a homeschool room?

Setting Up for the Holidays 🎄 Creating Holiday Memories to Cut Down on Clutter Prepping for Spring Homeschooling 🌼 the transition smooth and stress-free.

Whether you’re a seasoned homeschooler or just starting, these tips will help you maintain an organized and clutter-free learning environment throughout the year. Subscribe to our channel for more homeschooling tips and decluttering inspiration. Don’t forget to hit that notification bell so you never miss an update! 🌟

Rethinking Homeschooling: A Functional Approach to the Homeschool Room

In a recent talk about homeschooling, the focus shifted to the idea of a “Homeschool Room.” The talk challenged the need for a set classroom space.

One family’s experience stood out. They didn’t prioritize a traditional room but rather focused on what worked best for their kids. Their setup was wherever the kids felt comfortable to learn—bed, porch, or the dining table.

They avoided clutter by using online resources instead of paper books.

They organized borrowed books to avoid misplacing them. The focus was on making things practical and adaptable.

Understanding their kids’ unique learning styles was crucial.

They realized not all kids learn well by sitting still, so they embraced movement-based learning. They mixed exercises like burpees or jumping jacks with memorization techniques, which surprisingly worked well.

Their story suggested that a “Pinterest-worthy” Homeschool Room isn’t necessary. A beautiful but unused space is merely for show, not for learning.

The takeaway was simple: homeschooling isn’t about a specific homeschool room but about being flexible and understanding what’s best for each child’s learning.

The talk concluded with advice for new homeschooling families: don’t feel pressured to recreate a school-like environment at home. Embrace diverse learning spaces and styles; it’s often better for a child’s education.

Ultimately, it’s not about the room; it’s about the approach and the individual needs of the children that truly matter.


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Writing and Education in Crazy times with Andrew Pudewa of Institute for Excellence in Writing

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In this week's episode of Life Skills 101 podcast, Andrew Pudewa of IEW fame offers several tips to encourage this skill in crazy times.SPECIAL REPLAY | While Writing isn’t exactly a soft skill, it is an invaluable hard skill that makes a feedback loop with the soft skills. Andrew Pudewa of IEW fame offers several tips to encourage this skill in crazy homeschooling times.

  • The top two things needed for your kids are; Language Skills (liberal arts), and Math skills (Logic/Stem/Arithmetic)
    • Choose what is interesting, but also needed.
  • Teach your kids how to memorize
    • Especially poetry, this will teach them diction, and heavily ingrain a love for language and reading, which in turn will give them a love for learning.
  • The 4 deadly errors of teaching writing:
    • Over correction
    • With holding help- if your child asks for it when writing, they probably need it.
    • Unclear Assignments- Your child cannot follow instructions they don’t understand. Be clear.
    • Over expectation- set a high bar, but be willing to give grace for learners.

 

Resources from IEW

https://iew.com/

  • TWSS
  • Language Acquisition Through Poetry
  • Themed Based Writing Books
    • Ancient History
    • Fables, Myths and Fairy Tales
    • People and Places
    • All things fun and fascination
  • With all of the resources in the world of homeschooling today, you can get the best of both worlds of Public School and Homeschool

True North Homeschool Academy Resources

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  • British Literature
  • ‘Dinner with Shakespeare and Dickens’
  • Literature through the movies

 

Post 2020 College | Replay

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Post 2020 College: One of the concerns I hear all the time from homeschoolers is worry that their students won’t get into college.Post 2020 College/Post Covid College Decision

One of the concerns I hear all the time from homeschoolers is worry that their students won’t get into college. Look, it’s actually easier than ever to be admitted into college; homeschoolers traditionally perform extremely well on standardized tests and do a great job of competing and winning in National Competitions, such as the National Spelling Bee, Geography Bee, etc.

Getting into college might be easier than ever but considering the ROI of college costs is also more important than ever.

College costs has sky-rocketed and on average cost between $22,000 and $50,000 per year! It’s time for Parents and Student to take a hard look at the ROI of college financial, social and spiritual costs!

Resouces:

 

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Helping a Reluctant Writer | 6 Tips from a Pro

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Cultivating Writing Confidence: 6 Tips to Help Your Reluctant WriterCultivating Writing Confidence: 6 Tips to Help Your Reluctant Writer

Special Host: Beth Purcell

Welcome to another episode of the Life Skills 101 podcast on the Ultimate Homeschool Podcast Network! Today, we have a special guest, Beth Purcell from True North Homeschool Academy, joining us to discuss a topic that many homeschooling parents encounter – helping reluctant writers find their voice and confidence. Whether your child struggles with putting pen to paper or faces writing assignments with trepidation, these six tips will guide you in nurturing their writing skills. Let’s get started with our first reluctant writer tip.

Reluctant Writer Tip 1: Reorient – Discover Their Interests

The first step in helping a reluctant writer is to reorient their perspective on writing. Begin by understanding their interests, passions, and hobbies. Encourage them to write about subjects they genuinely care about. By tapping into their curiosity, you’ll motivate them to explore and express themselves through the written word.

Tip 2 for the Reluctant Writer: Reconstruct – Create a Supportive Writing Environment

Once you’ve identified their interests, reconstruct their writing environment to be inviting and inspiring. Set up a dedicated writing space with supplies readily available. Make sure they have access to books, journals, and other writing materials. A comfortable and inviting atmosphere can help alleviate writing anxiety.

Reluctant Writer Tip 3: Restrict – Start with Small, Achievable Goals

Reluctant writers often become overwhelmed by lengthy assignments. To avoid this, restrict the scope by breaking down tasks into smaller, manageable goals. Encourage them to write a paragraph, a sentence, or even just a word a day. Gradually, they’ll build confidence and feel less intimidated by the writing process.

Tip 4: Refine – Provide Constructive Feedback

Feedback is essential in improving writing skills. However, it’s crucial to provide constructive, not critical, feedback. Focus on their strengths first and then gently address areas for improvement. Offer guidance, suggest revisions, and celebrate their progress. This positive reinforcement will boost their confidence and motivation.

Tip 5: Release – Encourage Creative Freedom

As your reluctant writer gains confidence, it’s essential to release control and encourage creative freedom. Allow them to choose their topics and writing styles. Embrace their unique voice and style, even if it differs from your own expectations. This freedom will foster a sense of ownership over their writing.

Tip 6: Regroup – Seek Additional Resources and Support

Finally, if your child continues to struggle, don’t hesitate to regroup and seek additional resources and support. Consider enrolling them in a writing class or workshop tailored to their age and skill level. Online courses, writing coaches, and peer editing groups can provide valuable assistance and a fresh perspective.

Conclusion:

Helping your reluctant writer find their voice and confidence is a journey that requires patience, understanding, and adaptability. Remember to reorient their perspective by tapping into their interests, reconstruct their writing environment for inspiration, restrict tasks into achievable goals, refine their skills through constructive feedback, release creative freedom, and regroup when necessary with external resources and support.

Beth Purcell from True North Homeschool Academy has shared these valuable insights with us today. Thank you for joining us on this episode of the Life Skills 101 podcast. We hope these tips empower you to guide your reluctant writer on a path toward becoming a more confident and capable wordsmith. Happy writing, and may your homeschooling journey be filled with creativity and growth!

Truth, Goodness and Beauty with Angie Ferrell | Replay

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Truth Goodness & Beauty | Unveiling Their Significance in Homeschooling, LifeSkills 101 Podcast on the Ultimate Homeschool Podcast NetworkTruth, Beauty, and Goodness

Today on the podcast, True North Homeschool Academy Director, Lisa Nehring is talking with True North teacher, Angie Ferrell about Truth, Beauty, and Goodness.

Show Notes: Exploring Truth, Beauty, and Goodness: Unveiling Their Significance in Homeschooling

In this episode of the podcast, join Lisa Nehring, Director of True North Homeschool Academy, as she engages in a thought-provoking conversation with Angie Ferrell, an esteemed educator at True North. Together, they delve into the captivating realms of Truth, Beauty, and Goodness, concepts that frequently resonate within the homeschooling community. But what lies beneath these terms? And why should they hold a place of importance in our lives?

Unveiling the Core of Education

History of Education

  • The foundation of education stands resolute when rooted in Truth, serving as the wellspring from which the rivers of goodness and beauty flow. For individuals of faith, Truth finds its bedrock in the person of Jesus Christ, entwined with the transformative redemption offered through acceptance of Him as Lord and Savior. Additionally, the Bible emerges as a profound testament of His love and wisdom bestowed upon humanity.

    Manifestation of Virtue

    Goodness, the tangible manifestation of Truth, urges believers to align with God’s perspective and understanding. This moral obligation beckons us to navigate life through the lens of divine definition. By embracing goodness, we embrace the inherent purpose woven into all things, employing them in ways that honor their intended design.

    Nurturing Moral Imagination

    The gateway to comprehending goodness lies in cultivating a moral imagination. This lens allows us to peer beyond the surface, capturing the essence of purpose intricately interwoven within. Recognizing that purpose may shift across seasons, we find solace in the significance of even seemingly minor roles we undertake – for within them resides immeasurable value.

    Reflecting on ‘Honor Patronage, Kinship, and Purity’ by David DeSilva

    Honor Patronage, Kinship and Purity by David DeSilva

  • Venturing into the realm of beauty, we encounter a connection to the laws of physics and the potent Law of Attraction. Truth stands as a beacon, drawing us closer, while lies weave a seductive web. Beauty, an offspring of goodness, in turn, invites us to a life infused with purpose. Through its allure, we discover a renewed devotion to serving others, an organic outgrowth of the harmonious relationship between beauty, goodness, and Truth.

    Resonating with ‘Coat of Many Colors by Dolly Parton

    Dolly Coat of Many Colors

  • In this enriching discussion, Lisa Nehring and Angie Ferrell provide a captivating exploration of Truth, Beauty, and Goodness – concepts that permeate the homeschooling landscape. Tune in to gain insights that transcend the mundane, and embark on a journey that illuminates the profound significance of these pillars in our lives.

 

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Life Skills Your Kids Need Before They Launch | Replay

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This show is called Life Skills, so let’s talk about 6 Life Skills Areas that will allow your kids to launch!Life Skills Your Kids Need before they Launch

This show is called Life Skills, so let’s talk about 6 Life Skills Areas that will allow your kids to launch!

  • Food – Plan, Prep, Budget, Shop, Cook, Clean, Use Left-overs
  • Shelter -Shop for, save for pay mortgage and insurance
  • Vocation/ Work -what areas make sense for your kids, preparing for the future economies, including Gig Economy
  • Money -how to earn, save, spend, give
  • Health -keeping it, re-building, mental, social, physical, spiritual
  • Transportation – how to buy a car, maintain it, clean it, repair it and insure it.

True North Homeschool Academy Classes that teach Life Skills:

Personal Finance

Life Skills `

Health

Career Exploration Full Year Class

Study Skills 6 Week Summer Class

Study Skills Full Year Class

Economics

Classes in Bible, Theology and Apologetics

Other Resources

Joy of Cooking

Usborne First Cookbook

 

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Getting Started with Elementary Homeschool Education

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Getting started with elementary homeschool educationWelcome to Life Skills 101 with Lisa Nehring, where we will shed light on important issues affecting parents and their children. In today’s episode, we’re going to chat about launching your homeschool in the elementary year. Learn about getting started with elementary homeschool education. Let’s listen in…

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Getting Started with Elementary (Homeschool) Education

Podcast Show Notes

Podcast Name: LifeSkills101

Episode Title: Getting Started with Elementary Education in Your Homeschool

Podcast Network: Ultimate Homeschool Podcast Network

Host: Lisa Nehring

Episode Summary:

In this episode of LifeSkills101 on the Ultimate Homeschool Podcast Network, [Host Name] dives into the exciting world of homeschooling with a focus on elementary education. Whether you’re a seasoned homeschooling parent looking to refresh your approach or a newcomer to homeschooling, this episode is packed with valuable tips and insights to get you started on the right foot.

Episode Highlights:

 

Understanding the Foundations of Homeschooling Elementary Education

Lia Nehring begins the episode by providing an overview of the essential components of elementary education in a homeschool setting. Listeners will gain insights into the importance of early learning, building a curriculum, and setting achievable goals for their child’s development.

Choosing the Right Curriculum

Selecting a curriculum tailored to your child’s needs and interests can be a daunting task. Lisa offers guidance on choosing a curriculum that aligns with your homeschooling philosophy, teaching style, and your child’s individual learning preferences.

Creating a Homeschooling Schedule and Routine

Establishing a well-structured schedule and routine is crucial for an effective homeschooling experience. Lisa shares practical tips on designing a flexible yet consistent daily routine that balances academic studies with other life skills and activities.

Addressing Socialization and Extracurricular Activities

The social aspect of homeschooling is often a concern for parents. Lisa explores strategies to ensure adequate socialization opportunities for homeschooled children and the importance of extracurricular activities in their overall development.

Integrating Life Skills into Elementary Education

Beyond academics, homeschooling provides an excellent platform to instill valuable life skills. Lisa discusses the integration of life skills into daily lessons, empowering children to become self-sufficient, responsible, and adaptable individuals.

Overcoming Challenges and Celebrating Successes

Homeschooling can present its share of challenges. Lisa addresses common hurdles that parents may face during their homeschooling journey and offers encouragement to celebrate both big and small successes along the way.

It’s a Wrap | Elementary Education in Your Homeschool

Whether you’re considering homeschooling your elementary-aged child or are already a homeschooling pro, this episode of LifeSkills101 on the Ultimate Homeschool Podcast Network is filled with practical advice, inspiration, and reassurance. Remember that homeschooling is a unique opportunity to provide a tailored education, fostering a love for learning and life skills that will benefit your child for years to come.

*Disclaimer:* The information provided in this podcast is for educational and informational purposes only. Listeners are encouraged to research and seek professional advice to make informed decisions about homeschooling based on their specific circumstances and location.

*Note:* Lisa Nehring may mention additional resources and links during the episode. Check the show notes on the Ultimate Homeschool Podcast Network website for any related links and further reading recommendations. Happy homeschooling!

 


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