Too Much Shakespeare? NEVER!

Why dive into four years of Shakespeare? In our latest episode, our brilliant Classical Acting trainer Jenny Forston passionately shares how Shakespeare’s works can transform students’ lives. Shakespeare’s plays are the bedrock of English language and culture, packed with rich linguistic and emotional experiences. Students don’t just learn language; they also develop emotional intelligence by […]

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Classic Call – Understanding Human Nature

Join Aneladee and Tatiana in this captivating “Classic Call” that unpacks the profound impact of understanding human nature on governance and relationships. Drawing from historical thinkers and the founding fathers, they explain how these timeless insights shape our Constitution, personal lives, and the way we engage with the world.

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Navigating Colloquiums in Leadership Education

In the world of education, traditional methods often involve students passively receiving and repeating information. Leadership education, however, aims to engage learners actively—encouraging deep reading, critical thinking, and character growth. This week, we’re diving into these concepts on our podcast with three Pyramid Project trainers (Camille McCausland, Cassie Dixon, and Leah Hone) and our host,

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Exploring Educational Philosophies

Tune into this week’s episode as hosts Tatiana Fallon and Heidi Christianson delve into the dynamic landscape of homeschooling methodologies. This episode provides a detailed look at four distinct educational approaches: classical education, leadership education, traditional education, and the Charlotte Mason method. They explore the evolution from the structured, history-focused classical method inspired by “The

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Fostering Student Engagement: A Fresh Perspective

In this week’s episode, hosts Tatiana Fallon and Heidi Christianson delve into a critical challenge facing today’s educators: student apathy. As seasoned educators themselves, Tatiana and Heidi engage in a knowledgeable and insightful discussion about the evolving dynamics of student motivation and engagement. Unlike past generations, today’s students often show a distinct lack of enthusiasm

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From Blindsided to Enlightened: Transform Challenges into Triumphs

Discover the unseen hurdles of homeschooling through the eyes of Heidi Christianson and Tatiana Fallon, seasoned veterans who’ve been where you are now. From the initial jitters fueled by fear to the multifaceted demands on your wallet, heart, and time, homeschooling is no small feat. Yet, it’s one of the most rewarding journeys you can

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Classic Call – Mastering Social Awareness

Imagine connecting deeply with those around you, mastering the art of seeing the unseen, and nurturing spaces where empathy and understanding flourish. That’s the essence of social awareness. Through the enlightening tales of Tiffany and Aneladee, we see the blueprint for not just leading but inspiring in our communities and homes. Ever heard about the

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Embrace the Future: Insights from “The Fourth Turning is Here”

Kent and Amy Bowler, pioneers of Leadership Education, join Tatiana and Heidi as they unravel the pages of “The Fourth Turning is Here” by Neil Howe in our latest podcast episode. This conversation is more than a dialogue; it’s a deep dive into the essence of leadership in times of crisis and the pivotal role

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Cultivating Capable, Resilient Young Minds with Leadership Education

In an era of unprecedented challenges for children, Heidi and Tatiana, inspired by Abigail Shrier’s book “Bad Therapy,” offer insights into the evolving landscape of education, mentorship, and mental health. They highlight the necessity of balancing resilience building with the acknowledgment of genuine disabilities like dyslexia. They argue against the prevailing trend of over-labeling and

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Ignite Curiosity – Cultivating Lifelong Learning

In the vibrant tapestry of homeschooling, we find an educational journey that champions curiosity and flexibility over rigid curriculums, much like the historical fight between AC and DC electricity—each a metaphor for the value of diverse learning approaches. Through personal stories, Tatiana and Heidi delve into the art of tailoring education to fit each child’s

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