If you’ve been homeschooling for more than a day, you already know that kids were made to move! Research and studies consistently reveal that much our kids’ best learning happens away from the school desk. The beauty of homeschooling is that we have the freedom to allow our kids to learn in a way that is best for them, but many of us are afraid to move away from the model of the traditional classroom.
Today I’m having a wonderfully encouraging and informative conversation with Heather Haupt who has a background in neuroscience along with a voracious love of learning and fascination with HOW kids learn. Today she is sharing from her vast knowledge on the way kids learn along with concrete examples and personal stories. She is a homeschooling mom to 4 kids (2 are teens) and Heather was actually homeschooled herself, so she brings a unique perspective to this conversation!
Resourced mentioned in the podcast:
The Unhurried Homeschooler by Durenda Wilson (Amazon aff link)
Miseducation by David Elkind (Amazon aff link)
The Power of Play by David Elkind (Amazon aff link)
Ways to connect with Heather:
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