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The Mystery of Home Education Podcast

Whether you’ve been homeschooling for decades, or you’re just getting started, this homeschool podcast will give you direction, encouragement, and inspiration from a biblical worldview. Tune in today!
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Have you ever felt defeated in your homeschool journey? We have too. That’s why we created The Mystery of Home Education Podcast. Whether you’ve been homeschooling for decades or are just getting started, this homeschool podcast will give you and your family direction, encouragement, and inspiration from a biblical worldview.

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August 10, 2022

Episode 19—“How to Simplify Your Homeschool” with Kerry Beck (How to Homeschool My Child)

Need inspiration to simplify your homeschool, get past the perfect Instagram image, and move on to real…

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Are you interested in the Charlotte Mason method of education, but don’t know where to start? Join Linda Lacour Hobar (author of The Mystery of History) and her guest Ana Willis (The Homeschool Sisterhood) for a “who, what, why, when, where, and how” conversation about faith, home school, and strengths of the Charlotte Mason approach to education. (This talk will inspire listeners using any method of Christian education at home!) 
July 28, 2022

Episode 18—“Who, What, Why, When, Where, and How to use Charlotte Mason” with Ana Willis (The Homeschool Sisterhood)

Are you interested in the Charlotte Mason method of education, but don’t know where to start? Join Linda Lacour Hobar (author…

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From a biblical worldview, some dates in history are more meaningful than others. What are those dates? Opinions will vary, but Linda Lacour Hobar, author of The Mystery of History, has some favorites to share in “Ten Dates to Know from a Biblical Worldview.” Join Linda for this concise, informative, and inspirational presentation. (Gather your students for this one!)  
July 12, 2022

Episode 17—Ten Dates to Know from a Biblical Worldview

From a biblical worldview, some dates in history are more meaningful than others. What are those dates?…

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Would you like to know more about learning styles, but don't know where to begin? Start here! My guest, Tyler Hogan, wrote "Demystifying Learning Styles: What Every Homeschool Parent Needs to Know" to unravel the web of information available on learning styles.
June 22, 2022

Episode 16—“Demystifying Learning Styles” with Tyler Hogan (Bright Ideas Press)

Would you like to know more about learning styles, but don’t know where to begin? Start here!…

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What does homeschool look like in the rearview mirror—when it's over and behind you? For insights, inspiration, and a few laughs about real life, join me and my guest, author Kendra Fletcher, for a half hour conversation about homeschooling eight children, launching them into the world, and seeing homeschool in the rearview mirror. (Psst! Sometimes, it IS about you!)
June 9, 2022

Episode 15—“Homeschool in the Rearview Mirror” with Kendra Fletcher (KendraFletcher.com)

What does homeschool look like in the rearview mirror—when it’s over and behind you? For insights, inspiration,…

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Join veteran homeschool mom, Linda Lacour Hobar, for Part 2 of "To Grade or Not to Grade?" Complementing Part 1, Part 2 will address specific subjects, grade records, grade scales, and report cards with real life examples of how and when Linda decided to grade or not to grade!
May 26, 2022

Episode 14—To Grade or Not To Grade? (Part 2 of 2)

Join veteran homeschool mom, Linda Lacour Hobar, for Part 2 of “To Grade or Not to Grade?”…

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Shaped by our personality types, grades have the power to motivate some and the propensity to destroy others!  So, how do you decide when to grade or not to grade—in a homeschool setting? Join Linda Lacour Hobar, author of The Mystery of History, and a veteran homeschool mom, for varying theories on grade keeping; tips for grading numerous subjects; and practical ideas for managing grades and counting credits when needed. With Linda’s “real life” stories of her own children (a.k.a. the cat, the monkey, and the golden retriever), this session is designed to encourage both new and experienced homeschool parents.
May 13, 2022

Episode 13—To Grade or Not To Grade? (Part 1 of 2)

Shaped by our personality types, grades have the power to motivate some and the propensity to destroy…

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Can you homeschool in just four hours a day? Yes you can, says Durenda Wilson, author of The 4-Hour School Day, mother of 8, and trusted homeschool speaker. Join me (Linda Lacour Hobar—The Mystery of History) and Durenda Wilson (Simply Unhurried) for a look at the tried-and-true merits of home education—which offer your family a rich and rewarding “unhurried” lifestyle of learning through high school.  (You’ll be encouraged!)
April 20, 2022

Episode 12—“The 4-Hour School Day” with Durenda Wilson (Simply Unhurried)

Can you homeschool in just four hours a day? Yes you can, says Durenda Wilson, author of The 4-Hour School…

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