The Cost of Parental Ignorance: Unveiling the True Price of Education

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Parental Ignorance and 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 explore the often-overlooked consequences of parental ignorance regarding the true cost of education. We discuss how this lack of awareness can potentially impact a child’s mental, emotional, and financial well-being.

The High Price of Education

– Highlight the rising costs of tuition and related expenses in recent years.
– Discuss the financial burden placed on students and families due to the ever-increasing price tags.
– Explore the various factors contributing to the rising costs, such as inflation, administrative expenses, and the competitive nature of higher education.

 Parental Ignorance and Its Consequences

– Define parental ignorance in the context of education costs, emphasizing the lack of understanding and preparedness.
– Examine the common misconceptions or underestimations parents may have regarding the expenses involved in education.

Impact on a Child’s Mental and Emotional Health

– Explore the psychological toll that financial stress can have on students.
– Discuss the potential emotional burden experienced by students who feel responsible for their parent’s financial struggles.
– Address the pressure to succeed academically and obtain a high-paying job to alleviate financial burdens, leading to increased stress levels and mental health issues.

Breaking the Cycle of Ignorance

– Provide practical tips and strategies for parents to become more informed about the true cost of college.
– Discuss the importance of early financial planning and saving for college education.
– Highlight available resources, such as scholarships, grants, and financial aid options, to help parents and students navigate the costs.


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Planning in Strange Times | Replay

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Planning in Strange Times

This week on Life Skills 101 Podcast with Lisa Nehring – Let’s talk about Planning in Strange Times with Tamera Pool!  Listen in for some great tips.

(Favorite FREE RESOURCES found here.)

Here are some show notes for you:

  • Examine what your kids need, and help them plan how to address it
  • Don’t be afraid to ask God what you need
  • Pray for your kids
  • Remember; you don’t always need what everyone says you need
    • Borrow
    • Buy used
  • Know your goals
  • Be specific in your goals
  • Make back up plans in case your plan A isn’t viable
  • Be proactive
    • Don’t get things done at the last minute

Resources from TNHA to help with your planning in strange times!

Using Planners with your High School Students

 

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Replay | Why Freedom Matters

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Why Freedom Matters with Angie Ferrell: As we near the 4th of July, we are talking about freedom which is a stabilizing force.Why Freedom Matters with Angie Ferrell

 

Today True North Homeschool Academy Director is talking with True North Teacher, Angie Ferrell and as we near the 4th of July, we are talking about freedom!

Freedom is a stabilizing force and creates a better environment for people in it- Freedom allows for healthier economics and builds good relationships between people.

We MUST study history- acknowledge what we’ve done wrong and work toward something better-

“Ideas are peaceful. History is violent.”

The history of education shows us that the elites who created the government school system were dedicated to creating a working class that was easily manipulated.

Teaching our kids soft skills: like integrity, work ethic and taking responsibility allows us all to get over our sense of victimhood and self pity

Join our 5 Day Summer Splash! Summit! June 20-24 live online! Panel discussion, amazing workshops, swag and more! Be encouraged and equipped as a homeschooler! ON SALE now!

 

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Classes at True North Homeschool Academy to bolster your understanding of government, economics and freedom

Are you called to homeschool, but not sure where to start? At True North Homeschool Academy we take delight in coming alongside fellow homeschoolers as they head True North!

In the fall, Angie will be teaching

Buy now during our annual 4th of July SALE! 

Live online, dynamic, interactive Classes that will inspire and delight!

Resources and FREE Printables from True North Homeschool Academy!

 

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Replay: Communication Skills with Special Needs

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Communication Skills with Special Needs and Struggling LearnersCommunication Skills with Special Needs and Struggling Learners

Do you struggle with communication skills with your special needs or struggling learner? Listen in to this episode with Lisa & Peggy.

with Peggy Ployhar

  1.  Communication is way more than speaking
  2. Communication Skills Improve Future Outcome
  3. The Three Basic means of communications
  4. 4 ways to incorporate communication skills into your regular schooling.

Sponsored by True North Homeschool Academy  True North Homeschool Academy offers live on-line Special Needs Classes-,

Special Needs Academic Advising  and Testing. Live, on-line, small group, dynamic, interactive and fun!

To teach your SPED kids communication skills:

  • Get your kids talking- utilize film- help them see themselves communicating and then give them gentle instruction and ways for improving.
  • Help kids realize that conflict happens when communicating. Give them tools and skills to deal with conflict, including developing empathy and understanding the other side of the story.
  • Above all, listen and obey where God is taking you.

SPED Homeschool

You can tune in every Tuesday evening on the SPED Homeschool Facebook page to watch Peggy host SPED Homeschool Conversations

or you can join her daily on her personal YouTube channel, Daily Revelations.

To see a listing of Peggy’s upcoming Facebook live broadcasts, check out the  SPED Homeschool Facebook Event page. For past broadcasts, check out the SPED Homeschool YouTube channel or podcast site.

True North Homeschool Academy is her to come alongside you as you homeschool your Special Needs or Struggling Learner.

Special Needs Classes- Live, on-line, small group, dynamic, interactive and fun!

Special Needs Academic Advising 

Testing – done in the privacy of your own home. Safe, secure, results come to you!

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Replay | How to Have FUN in your Homeschool With Mary Hannah Wilson

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How to Have Fun in Your HomeschoolHow to Have FUN in Your Homeschool (Replay)
With Mary Hannah Wilson

I first was introduced to Mary Willson through IG Reels. Her Reels are so much fun and encouraging to Homeschoolers! Mary has been a homeschooling Mom for over a decade and loves to provide helpful information to fellow homeschoolers, particularly families with homeschooling teens.

So, I reached out to Mary to see if she’d be willing to talk with me about fun and laughing as we homeschool. Laugher really is the best medicine, and honestly, an important life skill to teach our kids.

Fun comes very naturally to her. For instance, when her oldest hit Jr High, she didn’t want to do Literature studies so much anymore. So, Mary got together with some fellow homeschoolers and planned a once-a-month book party. The first book they studied was The Hunger Games, so she dressed up as Effie, they had themed food and decorations, and many years later the book studies are still going strong! In fact, Mary still leads book clubs online!

Mary’s best tips for those of us who have to work at having fun!

  1. Plan for fun: it doesn’t have to be spontaneous. Give yourself permission and time to have fun.
  2. Make it a priority. Fun is so important for family bonding and mental and physical health.
  3. What does YOUR family do for fun- what do your kids enjoy for fun? Play games, go shooting- Fun can be very broadly defined.
  4. Everything doesn’t have to be fun. Reserve your enjoy and pour into 1-2 events/ activities, as Mary did with the themed Book Clubs
  5. Fun is an attitude. Enjoy life, make jokes, have FUN.

Find Mary Hanna Wilson

Website – she has many themed Book clubs for sale -all planned out and ready for a party!

Instagram– check out her Reels!

Facebook Page

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How to Heal from Bullying Replay

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Today we are talking with Candice Duggar, the mastermind behind Bullied, Broken, Redeemed.Replay | How to Heal from Bullying

Today on Life Skills 101, we are talking with Candice Duggar, the mastermind behind Bullied, Broken, Redeemed. Teaching our kids how to navigate the online world and keeping themselves emotionally and physically safe is going to be a necessary life skill, as the online world is going to continue to expand and grow; many of our kids may find themselves working in the online space.

Candice share the journey of bullying in their own family and how that changed the course of her family and life- from working with Fortune 100 Companies to Homeschooling Momma and the creator of Bullied, Broken, Redeemed.

“There is no safe. There is only safer.” Candace Duggar

The program builds in Executive Functioning and Soft Skills and Non-Verbal Communication Skills

Of kids who will be bullied, 90% don’t tell their parents, and 70% don’t tell anyone.

Most bullying takes place after 10 p.m. at night. Parents, collect your kid’s cell phones at night, and turn off the Wi-Fi.

Give kids a “safe” word and develop a family policy about how to help your kids out of unsafe circumstances.

Begin talking to your kids sooner than later about safety online and cyberbullying. Kids as young as 2-5 years old are playing online games, which means kids are getting bullied at younger and younger ages.

We are meant to be in community, but we are not meant to be in a community of a million people! The online world encourages shallowness; as Christians, we want our kids to grow in wisdom and discernment. This will take intentionality as parents!

*This course, Digital Leadership, is no longer available at TNHA.

Replay How to Heal from Bullying

We still felt the topic was an urgent one to revisit and hope you enjoy this replay of How to Heal from Bullying.

 

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Building your Mom Team

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Lisa Nehring is joined by Jennifer Uren, who podcasts at This Mom Knows. Jennifer says, “Every business  "yes" can feel like a parenting "no"Building your Mom Team

Today on the show, True North Homeschool Academy Director, Lisa Nehring is joined by Jennifer Uren, who podcasts at This Mom Knows. Life Jennifer says, “Every business  “yes” can feel like a parenting “no” – and that’s when mom guilt kicks in.  Through her website and podcast, This Mom Knows, Jennifer Uren coaches and encourages mompreneurs to find the right systems, tools, and people – their “Mom Team” – so they have the support and energy to be their best as both “mom” and “entrepreneur”.

  1. How do we know we need a Mom Team?

    We need a Mom Team all the time. But, we often confuse need with effectiveness. When things are going well, we believe that we are managing just fine. But when things are going a bit sidewise, we are often too overwhelmed to put into place the systems, tools and processes we need to create the best team.
    So, we need to build our team as we go.
    The Best Mom team consists of systems, tools and people, most often a combination of all three, put together when things seem to be going well.
    Mom Team –  Most things that we are doing require both:
    System- the process repeatable recordable; like a recipe- allows us to delegate.
    Tool- the specifics we use to work the system.
    To create the best team, you need to spend some time observing yourself ,your rhythms and routines; what works best for you. You want to take yourself out of the equation- often Mom’s feel like they have to do it all and that creates a bottleneck. Take time to analyze how you  think, how you function, what tools work best for you, what processes do you need to put into place.

  2. How do we sort through the myriad of systems to create the best team?

    1. Start with what we know- do research and make a choice.
    2. Once the choice is made, put blinders on and lean into what you have  – don’t submit to the shiny object syndrome.
    3. All systems have a learning curve- commit to learning the system and realize that friction (i.e. frustration) might be part of the process).

3. Are there any good, “Start here” systems to begin with as we build our team

    1. Home- meet our basic needs
      1. Meals- Planning, Shopping, Cooking, Clean-up, Storing
      2. Laundry- gateway to all things clean in our home
      3. Paper -Bills paid, events planned, activities prepped for
    2. Business/ Homeschool- create space for meaningful work
      1. Workspace – is it virtual, portable, permanent
      2. Email- the heart of communication and represents need, implementation and response.
      3. Time- rhythms and routines around tasks- creating space adn protecting that space to get everything done

To create an effective Mom Team we have to get out of the mindset that we have to be the ones who do it all. We have to quit creating the bottleneck. If we delegate and off-load we can have the energy that we need to do things that we are called to do. Who can trade, barter and pay for others to join our team.

While it can be hard to ask for help, it’s hard to receive help when we receive.

Keep in mind that you can’t do everything, but you can do many things, just not everything at once!

FREEBIES from True North Homeschool Academy!

About Jenn: Jenn Uren is very familiar with trying to juggle and do all the things herself but too often found that it was at the expense of her family, especially relationship with her kids. She hit a breaking point five years ago when she and her husband experienced a surprise adoption of a sibling set (100% unexpected – you can hear about it on her podcast).  This started her down a life-giving path of transformation as she learned how to ask for help, offer help, and lean into systems to simplify and create space in her own life – and she wants to help you do that, too. Because the good news is that you can do it all, just not by yourself.

She and her family have recently left the hustle and bustle of the Chicagoland area and are enjoying discovering their new hometown in Northwest Indiana.

Resources:

How to create a laundry routine.

Join True North Homeschool Academy Mom’s Membership: the Navigators and get a Homeschooling Mom Team! Book Studies, Mentorship, support and encouragement! For less than a cup of coffee a week you get the resources and homeschooling Mom Team you need to succeed!

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Special Replay: Rethinking College

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But whether you and/or your student have a clear plan or not, CLEP-ing out of their gen-eds is always the wisest way to go. Rethinking College

Welcome to this episode of Life Skills 101! This week the topic of this podcast is Rethinking College.

With the rising cost of college, it’s important for parents to take time to evaluate with their students, the academic, financial and world view Return on their Investment (ROI) of college costs and debt. The average college graduate (does not include students who do not graduate but still have debt), takes 6 years, not 4 to graduate, with an average of over $35,000 in debt

A college degree is no longer necessary for a rewarding career or to ensure an upwardly mobile life-style. In fact, crippling college debt can make the American Dream an impossibility!

As parents, how do we guide and direct our young adults as they plan for the future?

In this episode, we explore ways that students can get a head start on college, by starting by taking CLEP or  Dual Enrollment courses, specifically targeting Gen Ed Courses.

General Education Requirements:

    • 6 credits of English.
    • 3-6 of Math
    • 3-9 of Science
    • 3-6 of Social Science
    • 3-6 of Diversity
    • You can get an associate’s or even a bachelor’s from the Big Three of the CLEP world. These are
      • Thomas Edison
      • Excelsior
      • Charter Oaks

It makes good sense for young adults to learn how to navigate the digital world. Starting an online business in high school can set them up for future success; setting up an online educational business is even better as the online education market is estimated to be an over $350 billion dollar market by 2025.

Students should consider what kind of lifestyle do they want to have as adults and work backwards from there. What kind of training, income and skills will they need to attain that? The future will demand that our young adults have Critical Thinking Skills, Adaptability and Flexibility and the ability to Collaborate.

Below are resources offered by True North to help families navigate the rapidly changing world of college.

Learning Styles & Online Education

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Learning Styles & Online Education |Learning styles help us understand our kids better and make homeschooling much more enjoyable | #homeschoolpodcast #podcast #homeschool #education #homeschooling #homeschool #learning #learningstylesLearning Styles & Online Education

Learning Styles are as much a part of the Homeschooling Parents’ vocabulary as Ticonderoga Pencils and the jokes about denim jumpers. We love them and embrace them for a good reason. They help us understand our kids better and make homeschooling much more enjoyable.

The best way to use learning styles is to be aware of who tends towards which style and then offer up a variety of ways to learn, assess and review the lesson.

There are 4 Major Learning Styles

  1. Reading & Writing
  2. Visual
  3. Auditory
  4. Kinesthetic

Online Education

2020 brought to the fore online learning. It seems that the entire world went from a vague understanding of what online learning could be to jumping in with both feet- whether they liked it or not.

In the midst of this, seasoned online academies, like True North Homeschool Academy, continued to offer dynamic and interactive small-group classes that inspired students to learn, grow and develop. What was the difference between the awful virtual schools and online academies like True North Homeschool Academy?

Years of online teaching and learning experience, intentionality, and the SAMR Model.

The SAMR Model

The SAMR Hierarchy of Online Education was developed by a Harvard-trained Biologist, which makes sense, as Scientists are great at classifying information. And this Model is super helpful in understanding the various “types’ ‘ of online education. There are four aspects of this model. The first two are enhancement, and the last two are transformative.

The SAMR Model Explained

  1. Substitution  – Technology acts as a direct substitute with no functional change.
  2. Augmentation – Technology acts as a direct substitute for functional improvement.
  3. Modification  – Technology allows for direct task redesign, particularly when it comes to group projects.
  4. Reimagination – Technology allows for the creation of new tasks previously inconceivable.

Understanding the SAMR Model when purchasing online classes and investing in an online program is an important step in knowing if you are getting the programs that will engage and encourage active learning or is designed to be a passive experience.

Where do Learning Styles and the SAMR Model Meet?

Knowing our kids’ preferred learning method can help us make the best choices when it comes to online educational options, allowing us to evaluate options systematically and allocate resources strategically.

What to look for in online learning based on Learning Style

Read/ Write Students

These students learn best by reading and writing and can do well with many different kinds of online learning programs, pre-recorded and live.

What to Avoid: Be aware of online programs or teachers who talk really fast or don’t have time for the student to ask questions and clarify information for their notes.

Visual Learners

These students learn by watching so online classes that are visually well organized are going to really appeal to this type of learning.

What to Avoid: Online classes where the teacher simply lectures, with no visual graphics or virtual classroom with extension activities.

 Auditory Learners

The auditory learner does great when there is a high level of auditory engagement in the online learning environment.

What to avoid: Online classes with a lot of music or noise but do not include content, the majority of the class contains visuals, and the students do not have a chance to ask questions or interact verbally with the teacher and fellow students.

Kinesthetic Learners

These types of learners prefer engaging, hands-on, project-based learning.

What to avoid: Online classes where students sit and passively listen or watch/

Once again, Learning Styles are a handy tool for homeschooling parents as we evaluate new tech and its uses in our homeschool. The SAMR Model, too, is a useful tool for evaluation as we consider the many online opportunities with the explosion of online learning materials! Understanding both models allows us to be savvy and discriminating consumers and strategize the best homeschooling program for our family!

Homeschooling Through Tragedy

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Homeschooling Through Tragedy | On this episode, Lisa Nehring talks with one of her adult kids, Kendra Vittioe, about a life-threatening accident Kendra lived through.| #homeschoolpodcast #podcast #homeschool #homeschooltragedy #tragedyandhomeschoolin #familycrisis #copingwithtragedyHomeschooling Through Tragedy

On this episode, Lisa Nehring talks with one of her adult kids, Kendra Vittioe, about a life-threatening accident Kendra lived through.

When Kendra was 14, she, her siblings, and a friend were in an accident where the minivan they were riding in was t-boned by a truck. Kendra survived a frontal lob head injury that could have killed her. A piece of her skull was removed, and the neurosurgeons literally had to vacuum pieces of glass from her brain.

This was a “near miss” tragedy, as Kendra and everyone else involved walked away from the accident with physical injuries that healed.

Have 13:5 & 6: “Keep your lives free from the love of money and be content with what you have because God has said, “Never will I leave you; never will I forsake you.” So we confidently say, “The Lord is my helper; I will not be afraid.”

Jer 29:11: For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.

Our animals- a horse and a dog at the time- helped Kendra regain her confidence.

Having “green therapy- the ability to just go outside and take long walks.

Parents being aware of the anxiety- or trauma response- to certain stimuli and remind their kids to breathe and that it will be alright.

Being aware of what the kids can and not do- keeping in touch with them so that parents aren’t going “too easy” or “too hard” on them.

Kendra and her husband Tony are homeschooling their own children. You can find Kendra blogging at Life’s a Journey and on Pinterest.

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