This is episode 26 and today I’m here with Julie Bogart talking about being a brave learner.
Julie is the force behind the online writing program and podcast Brave Writer, the weekly habit Poetry Teatime, The Homeschool Alliance online coaching community, and the upcoming book Brave Learner. She lives in Cincinnati, Ohio, and can be found sipping a cup of tea, planning her next visit to one of her lifelong-learning kids.
Adventure of the Week
I share our adventures at Winterfest, Winter Solstice, and the Leavenworth Reindeer Farm.
Real Learning: We discuss what real learning looks like (and what it doesn’t look like).
The 4 Forces of Enchantment: We share how we use surprise, mystery, risk, and adventure to spark learning.
The 4 Capacities for Learning: We talk about how we use curiosity, collaboration, contemplation, and celebration as kindling for the homeschooling fire.
The 4 Ports of Entry: We go over the different points of access for learning: mind, body, heart, spirit
Comparison: We cover how we’ve seen comparison undermine homeschooling success.
Screens: We explain how technology
Role Modeling: We discuss how living an awesome life as your adult self produces the byproduct of role modeling for our children.
Payday: We share the concept of looking for and celebrating those rewarding moments along the journey.
Q & A
We tackle the question of loyalty to homeschooling philosophies.
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