Heidi St. John – The Socialization Myth

Heidi St. John – The Socialization Myth

Backstage Pass members have access to Heidi’s full interview.

This is the video to share with your friends and family! In this short excerpt from her interview for Schoolhouse Rocked, Heidi St. John discusses the most common objection to homeschooling, “how can children who aren’t at school be socialized?”

In late June and early July of 2019 we were in Vancouver Washington to finish filming Schoolhouse Rocked with Heidi St. John. Over the course of two and a half weeks we filmed an interview with Heidi, the “a-story” for the movie, with Yvette and Heidi, b-roll at the Firmly Planted Homeschool Resource Center, b-roll with Heidi and her family at her house and around Washington, and b-roll with other homeschooling families from the Vancouver area.

★ Kickstarter Video Preview !!!

There has been a lot of radio silence around here and I am sorry. We have been up to our eyeballs in all things crowdfunding, but we’re almost there! The Kickstarter campaign launches Monday, September 10th and our Backstage Pass members get a sneak peak at the crowdfunding video.

There has been a lot of radio silence around here and I am sorry. We have been up to our eyeballs in all things crowdfunding, but we're almost there! The Kickstarter campaign launches Monday, September 10th and our Backstage Pass members get a sneak peak at the crowdfunding video.


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Teaser Trailer #1 – Slates

This was our first teaser trailer. We had just shot a few interviews, but we needed something to get people excited about the project. We have come a long way!

Teaser Trailer #1 – Slates

This was our first teaser trailer. We had just shot a few interviews, but we needed something to get people excited about the project. We have come a long way!