Examining the Evidence, with Pat Roy

Join Yvette Hampton as she speaks with Pat Roy, creator of the Jonathan Park audio dramas, about the importance of…

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Part 1 – True Education Reform, with Dr. Duke Pesta

True Education Reform, The Homeschool Revolution! Dr. Duke Pesta, Part 1 Backstage Pass Members can watch this full interview here.…

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★ True Education Reform, The Homeschool Revolution! With Dr. Duke Pesta

Join Yvette Hampton and Dr. Duke Pesta as they discuss the influence culture and churches have had on today’s youth…

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★ Caleb Schroeder – A Public School Teacher’s Perspective of Homeschooling – Podcast Bonus Video

Caleb Schroeder – A Public School Teacher’s Perspective of Homeschooling Caleb Schroeder is a homeschool dad who was homeschooled himself.…

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Josh Tolley – MBA Programs Produce Managers, not Entrepreneurs

“Homeschool families have an amazing opportunity when it comes to teaching their children about entrepreneurship,because what we see in schools… what we see in mass education is that we have a system that has to be graded, and if it has to be graded then it has to be taught to all students the same. This is the reason when people come to me and say, “Josh what MBA program in college should I go partake in to be a great entrepreneur?” I say, “none”, because MBA programs produce great managers. They don’t create great entrepreneurs, because great entrepreneurs have to do something that isn’t easily replicable, and when you have four thousand kids all getting their MBA this year they all got graded on the same criteria all you did was create four thousand people that are going to replicate answers and expect results. The opportunity for homeschoolers lies in the fact that everything can be customizable and applicable.” – Josh Tolley

Josh’s full interview (over an hour!) is available to Backstage Pass members. Sign up now for access!

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Hope for Homeschooling Struggling Learners – Anna Meli, Dealing with Dyslexia

Anna attended public preschool and kindergarten, but severe dyslexia caused her mom, who knew she was smart and capable, to bring her home in order to keep her from being improperly labeled and segregated by the public schools. While her education wasn’t easy, her mom persisted and finally found a program that allowed her to learn to read. Even though reading is still a struggle and she didn’t learn to read until very late, homeschooling allowed her the freedom to pursue other passions and talents and provided the individualized education that she needed to succeed.

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Sarah Mackenzie Interview

Sarah Mackenzie from Read-Aloud Revival with Yvette in Greenville, South Carolina
Schoolhouse Rocked

We had the great pleasure of interviewing Sarah Mackenzie, author of Teaching From Rest, at the Southeast Homeschool Convention in Greenville, South Carolina.

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Our First Podcast Appearance

A big thank you to Pam Barnhill for having us on the Homeschool Snapshots podcast. We have really enjoyed getting to know her. We got to interview her for Schoolhouse Rocked when we were in Greenville, South Carolina for the Southeast Homeschool Convention.

Listen to the episode HERE!

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Pamela Barnhill Interview

On the set of Schoolhouse Rocked! We’re interviewing Pamela Barnhill tonight.

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