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Years ago, homeschooling seemed foreign and rare to most people, and homeschooling even had a negative stigma around the curriculum and more so about the socialization of students. But lately, homeschooling has been on the rise due to parents choosing to take control of their children’s education.
Podcasts also used to be foreign and rare, but are now the norm for parents on the go to absorb content. And now, there’s a podcast specifically for homeschool moms!
You’ll enjoy a familiar voice with science, stories, and humor every week – a new homeschool mom’s podcast available every Tuesday morning.
Former college professor, homeschool dad, and homeschool science pioneer, Greg Landry, has a new podcast specifically for homeschool moms – the Homeschool Mom’s Science Podcast. The purpose of this homeschool podcast to encourage, entertain, and equip homeschool moms to teach science (6th – 12th grade) and to make it interesting and enjoyable for students (and mom).
Episode #1 – Intro & She Married Me Anyway
Episode #2 – Sequence & Structure of Homeschool Science
Episode #3 – Part 2 – Sequence & Structure of Homeschool Science
Professor Landry will also cover:
- Interesting and unique aspects of teaching Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and Anatomy & Physiology.
- Teaching science to your children who aren’t going to college or who won’t be college science majors and preparing students for college.
- Preparing students for the ACT.
- The ins and outs of creating good lab reports.
- From years of teaching university students and homeschooled students, he’ll tell you some great stories (including cadaver lab stories)!
- Freebies for homeschool moms.
- And much more.
– Order of middle school and high school science classes– How to teach science to “non-science” students vs. college-bound science majors.– What my wife and I learned about getting our homeschooled children through the college experience– How your children can benefit from daily graphing and how to teach it– How to write good lab reports and mistakes to avoid– Stories from the cadaver lab– How and why to teach the metric system– His experience with homeschoolers as a college professor– Top homeschool science mistakes and how to avoid them– What you don’t know about college sports scholarships for average homeschool athletes– How to teach cellular respiration– What my wife and I learned from searching for colleges for our homeschooled daughters– What your students should know about basic statistics– Why and how to teach measurement– Should you take the ACT and SAT?– How to prepare for each section of the ACT– And much more Do you have a topic you’d like discussed on the podcast? We’d love to hear from you!