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Encouraging, teaching, and inspiring Christian homeschool parents with Biblical vision for thier families and the home education process. Christian Heritage On Air is a program designed specifically to minister to the Christian homeschooling family. Increasing numbers of Christian parents are recognizing the need to train up their children “in the way they should go” by teaching them diligently as they sit in their house, as they walk by the way, as they lie down, and as they rise up. (Deut. ...
 
For educators and parents who desire to model joy and compassion for their students without sacrificing themselves in the process! Explore simple, yet effective, strategies to create your ideal environment whether in the classroom, at home, online or in nature! Join Marie Kueny, Licensed School counselor and Founder/CEO of Compassionate Educators, as she brings real-life experiences from the classroom and community while interviewing educational thought leaders from around the world to bring ...
 
WHEREING explores ‘where we are’. Like clothing, we are ‘WHEREING’ (wear-ing) our spaces. Hosted by architect/designer/professor Nina Freedman, these are mindful conversations about BELONGING, SPACE AND DESIGN. . Where Are You?...is a basic existential question. Where do you belong? . At WHEREING we talk with designers, artists, poets, healers, writers, educators...and regular wonderful everyday people who think about belonging ...perhaps YOU. We talk about our connections or disconnections ...
 
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Join us as we discuss with guest, Audrey Rindlisbacher, how discovering and living true principles can bless the lives of your teenagers, and learn more about the resources that the Mission Driven Mom provides for teens and families. Audrey Rindlisbacher is a mother of six who is passionate about motherhood, principles, self-education and life miss…
 
Listen in as we discuss with guest Audrey Rindlisbacher what principles are, and how living true principles can bless your life. Audrey Rindlisbacher is a mother of six who is passionate about motherhood, principles, self-education and life mission. Her path has led her through hundreds of the greatest works ever written, on to stages all over the …
 
This is the FInal Episode of Season 1! To all listeners, THANK YOU! From starting this naive experiment, during the pandemic, from my home, it amazes me that I have listeners all over the United States and the world. Wow! I am taking a break over the summer, and will return in September. This episode gives you some short Season 1 highlight clips, a…
 
"History should be like chocolate." - Lee Wind In this episode, Lee Wind brings his love for history and his mission to empower LGBTQ+ youth and community to the forefront in this powerful episode of The Compassionate Educators Show. To serve our students means to create inclusive and safe environments for all youth as well as for adults. Whether y…
 
I speak with Karen Kubey, who is an urbanist and ‘houser’ with an enduring passion and commitment to affordable housing as the generative factor in social equity and justice. We speak about the ways to engage residents in the decisions for the design of their homes, and the need to push for generous, transformative policies, because housing is a hu…
 
It's time we've had a conversation on The Compassionate Educators Show about Racial Trauma and how it impacts our students. Join Thea Hunter-Spiekermann and I as we shed light on the difference between racism and discrimination, the multifaceted impact that racial trauma has on every aspect of life, how to challenge our own implicit biases, and way…
 
‘Mother Tongue’. What does it mean? Is it the spoken language of home, the language of parents, ancestors, and country of origin? Is the language of place, a rooted connection to heritage, tradition, people, music, rituals, religion? The DNA of a particular ethnic experience? ‘Mother Tongue’ merges the past and present, a sometimes invisible gift o…
 
Immigration is a hot topic issue in today's political climate, making it more critical than ever to be aware of how the current key immigration issues can impact our students and their families. In today's episode I speak with Tahmina Watson, a passionate immigration lawyer who gives us very specific ways to support our students and families and cr…
 
Loukia Tsafoulia is the cofounder of PLB Architectural Design and Research Studio, and teaches at the College of Architecture and the Built Environment, at Thomas Jefferson University, where she has cofounded the Synesthetic Research and Design Lab. We speak about the book she has edited, titled ‘Transient Spaces’, and her devotion to exploring bel…
 
If I ask you to think about what veterans and children have in common, you may initially draw a blank. Looking deeper under the surface, we discover that both veterans and many children are at a high risk for anxiety, sleep disorders, hyper-arousal and other branches of mental illness often stemming from PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder), wheth…
 
As a child, Lori felt most at home sitting and napping under her mother’s baby grand piano. She says, when her mother played, ‘the notes rained down on me, and became a part of my flesh’. A multi-talented force herself, Lori experienced a period of homelessness, which has shaped her creative process. When Lori speaks about home, she speaks about th…
 
Can creating a life of intention, setting boundaries, and living your authentic vision not only bring more joy to your life, but also empower your students? Join Tessa Thompson and I as we explore what life looks like when we working towards our goals inspires others around us. Tessa and I also discuss simple yet effective ways to increase student …
 
Sofia Kondylia is an award-winning choreographer, performer and architect. Motivated by the simple truth, that ‘movement creates space’, her work, through dance, performance, physical theatre and film, explores intersections between choreography and architecture, and its impact on emotional self transformation.…
 
Clement Luk Laurencio is a storyteller and master artisan of pencil drawings. His surreal, poetic drawings capture the dreams, inventions, memories and flashbacks of places he has lived, visited and cherished. He calls them ‘spatial fictions’. He says they are an invitation for pause, and wandering, in its timeless labyrinth. He probes the question…
 
It is one year into the pandemic. Colleges closed their doors in March of 2020. Students weighed their decisions about how and where they would continue to learn. Where are our students now? What are the impacts, and unexpected lessons that they have learned? We speak with 3 students who all have different stories. Emma Bowers has had a nomadic exp…
 
How do we help students take responsibility in doing the "hard things"? Growth mindset has been a buzz word in education and in parenting for years now, but what does it look like in practical application to learning environments and even at home? Join me as I sit down with Ava Sharma, communication and mindset coach, as we explore the facets of le…
 
Join us for the newest edition of our Homeschool Conversations podcast as we get a behind the scenes peek of the 2021 Family Retreat with Bente Rodriguez, President of the Youth Conference. Bente shares what this year’s planning process has been like, along with some of the things she is most excited about for this upcoming retreat. Bente Rodriguez…
 
Listen in as Tiffany and Alyson discuss what to expect while attending an LDSHE conference, some reasons you should attend, and how to get the most out of your conference experience. Alyson is the mother of six children. Three of which graduated in crazy 2020. They all came to her through foster care; a world she became very involved in. She has ta…
 
I speak with CHRYSTIE SHERMAN, a photographer who documents the loss and disappearance of Jewish communities. Coinciding with the beginning of the Jewish Passover holiday, her art captures themes of exodus, migration, nomadic wandering, and the longing for a homeland .... universal questions, very much alive today.…
 
She thought she was nomad. New to to this town, she experienced serendipitous events, meetings with eccentric creatives, and a deep curiosity about the land. We hear how it became home, in a beloved, magical summer camp, once called the ‘Fried Egg'. It is a story of belonging to earth, place and self; through anchoring, listening, learning, and reb…
 
What does it mean to live on the edge? Jerry Roback is most comfortable describing himself as a wild man, a humanitarian adventurer, a self appointed and fearless, grass roots citizen of compassionate service. He seeks to create an ‘oasis’ - the calm, magic, rescue, and sanctuary, where need reveals itself in spontaneous encounters. That is his hom…
 
Does the idea of "going gradeless" give you butterflies? Batsheva Frankel, the host of the popular "Overthrowing Education" podcast, longtime educator, speaker and author, and I explore how creative and gradeless assessments are actually the most efficient (and fun!) way to assess students' learning and knowledge. In a world where everyone has the …
 
What might resolve the challenges of sheltering the homeless? Embedded into the Los Angeles County Development Authority, Kishani De Silva envisions a pilot scheme to test a smarter, faster, cheaper methodology. Bridging government, design, technology, and community resistance, she speaks, with hope, to the urgent need for alignment, partnership an…
 
“Mom, you’re always stressed.” I stopped frantically chopping vegetables and looked across the counter at my 13-year-old daughter. “I’m not stressed, at least not always,” I replied. But her comment had pierced my reality. Was I stressed more often than not? This was a turning point for me. Are you feeling stressed and burned out? Would you like to…
 
In the week of his 90th Birthday, I spoke to Yi Fu Tuan, a Chinese scholar and philosopher. He invented the phrase ‘humanist geography’ as a way to explore "how geography reveals the quality of awareness’. He writes about the contradictions of space and place as the necessary tension of the human experience for both freedom and security..... for mo…
 
We speak with Maria Amidu, an artist, whose work explores the relationship between people and place, and what is hidden, obscured or unspoken, a clarion voice of the common experience. She unmasks the ignored, mutable stories of migration, un-belonging, and remembering - what it means to be anchored while simultaneously erased. She asks, "what part…
 
Join Nicole McDonald, veteran school social worker, educator and parenting coach, and I as we explore the realities facing teen (and pre-teen) girls that can lead to school difficulties, anxiety, depression, declines in academic achievement and self-harming behaviors as well as disconnect from family and friends. Learn what teachers, school staff a…
 
The Lord instructs us to “Be still.” But certainly he didn’t have in mind the homeschool mother. Does he have any idea what it is to homeschool? I mean really now, who is going to take care of things while Mom is being still? But what if being still was the answer to feeling stressed and overwhelmed? What if being still took care of the fatigue and…
 
Come join me in our newest episode of the Homeschool Conversations Podcast as I discuss child and brain development with educational expert Kristina Herrera. Learn how to best help foster learning during those critical early childhood years. Kristina is graciously giving out her email address so you can contact her if you have any questions. She ca…
 
How can we improve our children's ability to focus, develop empathy, and increase self-understanding & emotional intelligence... without spending a dime? Join Andrew Jordan Nance, the founder of Mindful Arts San Francisco and author of four Mindfulness books, including the popular Puppy Mind, and I as we take a conversational journey to uncover the…
 
In this episode, I bring you a conversation between Aviva Levin, host of Lesson Impossible, where the tables are turned as Aviva interviews me as the guest on the hot-seat! In this powerful episode we discuss letting go of the perfectionist mindset, the Helper's Risk Trifecta, how to improve your own mental wellness, and having an identity outside …
 
Welcome to Season 2 of The Compassionate Educators Show! I am thrilled to share new conversations with you as we weave in ways to increase resiliency, reduce the impacts of trauma, discover new ways to be mindful and empower ourselves and our students and children so that we can bring more light and joy into the world. In this episode I take you be…
 
Life sometimes throws you curveballs! Join us a we discuss how Cara Rector’s family homeschooled during a difficult pregnancy and what they learned as a result. Cara Rector is the mother of five wonderful daughters. She has been guiding the homeschool efforts of her family since 2010, and she herself is the product of homeschooling off and on from …
 
WHEREING explores ‘where we are’. Like clothing, we are ‘WHEREING’ (wear-ing) our spaces. Hosted by architect/designer/professor Nina Freedman, these are mindful conversations about BELONGING, SPACE AND DESIGN. Where Are You? is a basic existential question. Where do you belong? Where are you most yourself? Where is home? Does home witness you? You…
 
There is no one “correct” way to homeschool. Listen in as we talk about how to make your homeschool work for you family based on your priorities, needs and family circumstances, and how those things change over the years as the children grow and develop. Alyson Redford is the mother of six children. They came to her through foster care–a world she …
 
There are a number of different approaches to homeschooling curriculums and understanding the basics can save you a lot of time, money and effort as you try to select the best curriculum for your family. Join us as we introduce each of the different approaches and talk briefly about its applications, pros and cons. Dana Wood has always enjoyed teac…
 
There are ways we can teach students emotional regulation, growth mindset, and empathy while helping them to connect with themselves, and the environment. Join Dr. Julie Leto and I as we have a dynamic conversation about using gardening to help students learn lessons that will be invaluable in school and throughout their life. As Dr. Julie points o…
 
We continue our summer enrichment series with Dr. De Vida Gill who shares wonderful insights on how to unmask your students creativity as well as your own. Our conversation can help you to engage students in a new way and gain powerful tips for how to use forms of expression during "character-building" days. Dr. De Vida Gill has over 25 years of pe…
 
Join us as we talk with sisters-in-law, Kami and Anita, as they describe their experiences of homeschooling their children while also running a small business. Kami Huntzinger: Kami lives in North Logan, Utah, with her husband and five children. She has been homeschooling for over twenty years. Each child has been a different and unique ... Read mo…
 
Join us as we discuss the expectations verses the reality of beginning to homeschool and all of the lessons we have learned along the way. Jen Altman is a mother of five and has always homeschooled her children, starting officially in 2011. She has a Master of Science degree in education, with a focus on ... Read more…
 
Do you ever doubt your ability to be an effective homeschool parent? Are you so concerned or overwhelmed that you’re not even sure you want to try it? Have you started homeschooling your children but you’re still wondering if you’re doing too much . . . or too little?!? Don’t worry anymore! True principles are ... Read more…
 
Our first summer enrichment episode is full of fun and improv... in more ways than one! Learn how to engage and motivate your students, regardless of academic or language abilities, in an incredibly fun way! Take notes as Aviva shares invaluable tips on bringing impov into your classroom (yes, this can be done virtually as well, connect with her pe…
 
Summer is here which means it's time for The Compassionate Educators Show 1st Summer Enrichment Series! The next 2 months will be filled with bonus guest sessions to explore creative pursuits and fun ideas to bring into your classroom... or personal life! Enjoy the show! Let's change lives together. Join our Facebook community at https://www.facebo…
 
Have you ever wondered what students in the gifted & talented programs are really thinking about their experiences? Today's guest offers a unique perspective that can enrich and deepen your perspective of the gifted programs in the United States. Sarah Buie is a junior at Wichita State University studying psychology and public health. She has had a…
 
As parents, we have the right, responsibility, and position of greatest insight to help our kids gain the best education possible. This course will show how to choose your path with confidence, without fear of either side. We will walk through our own “hybrid homeschooler” experience and share the positive impact of both homeschool and ... Read mor…
 
In light of recent events, specifically events that relate to the global outcries of racial injustice, the Black Lives Matter movement, acknowledgement of white privilege, and more exposure to witnessing violence founded in racism, I have chosen to create an episode to help educators hold space for their students to reflect on and process their own…
 
Many first year teachers get the added value of mentorship, then poof, you're supposed to go it alone with the exception of occasional professional development or team collaboration which may or may not be helpful. Discover how veteran teacher Elaine Griggs found the support she needs to continue her journey of being a life-changing teacher without…
 
Fear, worry, and anxiety can creep into our minds and into the lives of our youth. Come to learn gospel principles about how to combat negative thinking and to better obey the Savior’s command to “Fear Not” in a positive and happy message geared toward turning our children’s hearts to the Lord. Eric Richards grew ... Read more…
 
The adversary has been trying to thwart the Plan of Salvation since its inception, yet we discuss very little of how the adversary seeks to do this. Learn how the adversary tries to shake us and the principles of withstanding these temptations. Dr. Travis G. Parry is a sought after public speaker. He’s earned several ... Read more…
 
One of the questions you might be asked as a homeschool parent is “What about socialization?” Learn what socialization really is, how to answer questions about socialization, and why you don’t have to worry about socializing your child. Ariel Rodriguez received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in family science from BYU. He then attended Utah ..…
 
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