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Homeschool Your Way: A Podcast by BookShark

With the right tools and the right mindset, homeschooling is nothing to be intimidated about! We’ll admit that homeschooling isn’t for everyone. But if you want to homeschool — or really need to homeschool—you can do it! And best of all, you can do it your own way!

Wouldn’t you love to have experienced homeschoolers, cheering you along with insider secrets? Yes? Then you’ll love this podcast! The hosts know homeschooling is not one-size-fits-all. So in each episode, they’ll bring you the coolest methods and the most fascinating guests to help you find your way—the best way—to homeschool.

LATEST EPISODES

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    EPISODE 167 | As parents guide their children through the enriching experience of homeschooling, they open doors to a myriad of possibilities beyond the traditional classroom setting. Nurturing a personalized and flexible educational approach, homeschooling empowers parents to support their children's unique learning styles and interests. The successes that emerge from this journey are a testament to the unwavering dedication of parents who actively engage in their children's education. The guiding influence of dedicated parents continues to be a driving force, enabling their children to thrive in higher education, pursue entrepreneurial ventures, or seamlessly integrate into the workforce. Join Janna […]
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    EPISODE 166| Beyond the realm of homeschooling lies a vast landscape of opportunities and successes awaiting those who have embarked on this unique educational journey. The flexibility and individualized attention inherent in homeschooling empower students to cultivate a love for learning, critical thinking, and self-motivation. Armed with these foundational attributes, homeschool graduates are well-equipped to navigate the diverse pathways that lie ahead, whether it be higher education, entrepreneurial pursuits, or entry into the workforce. Listen in as Janna and her guest Jaylee Willis discuss homeschooling and life after homeschooling and what that looks like for Jaylee. ABOUT OUR GUEST | […]
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    EPISODE 165 | Ever dreamed of just packing up and leaving it all behind?  That’s exactly what the Tilby’s did in 2018. From traveling along the concrete lines of pavement to flipping RV’s with the children, they took their lives and their five children on the road and have documented their journey along the way. Join Janna as she and Renee discuss life on the road and life’s expectations. ABOUT OUR GUEST |  Renee Tilby is a mom of 5, a second-generation homeschooler, full-time RVer, and passionate learner of anything and everything. In 2018 Renee and her family decided to […]
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    EPISODE 164|  Homeschooling has challenges, finding support shouldn't to be one of them. Support can help us when the homeschool day proves particularly tough. If you find yourself in an environment where you don’t have support, create your own!  Join Janna as she chats with Laura, a mother who homeschools in Europe.  Listen in Laura discusses the challenges and joys of homeschooling and how she now shares her knowledge through the her blog, Monkeyandmom.com. ABOUT OUR GUEST | Laura is a homeschooling mom from Europe and the creator of the blog Monkey And Mom. Laura has been homeschooling her son, […]
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    EPISODE 163 | How do you create interest in the process of writing and face the challenges from younger learners overwhelmed with forming sentences to college applicants dealing with high-stakes writing? Join Janna and her guest Dustin Stevens, Founder of Good English Tutors as they discuss the importance of prewriting, brainstorming, and organizing ideas through outlining before drafting. Learn how all the steps of the writing process involves revising, editing, and finalizing, with the added step of sharing or publishing serve as a powerful motivator for students. ABOUT OUR GUEST| Dustin Stevens is the father of two hilarious, keen-minded boys. […]