Cheri Eiras is a writer, speaker, pastor's wife, and a former homeschool mom. She joins us on this episode to talk about staying connected as a family and planning meaningful times together.
In this episode, Valerie Felder shares from her experience as an author, military veteran, speaker, and a homeschool mom.
We're talking about preparing teens for college, helping them make wise decisions, and, most importantly, how parents can pray for them.
(Note: this episode was recorded in a bookstore, so the audio has background noise.)
This episode is extra special because we are talking with one of our Dual Credit at Home students, Kimberly Snyder. Kimberly is a CLEP exam pro, an ESL teacher and the founder of the Degree Hackers website. Listen in as she shares her dual credit experience and offers helpful tips to students just getting started.
Connie Albers, author of Parenting Beyond the Rules, shares her personal experience in dealing with her teens when it comes to rules and screen time. Plus, she gives practical insights on what life can be like after you are done homeschooling.
How can you prepare your young teen for dual credit studies? What challenges will families face as they prepare for the high school years? Listen in as Becky Muldrow, Dual Credit at Home's founder, shares from her years of experience with dual credit and successfully graduating seven homeschool high school students.
Having a teen rebel is one of the most difficult things a parent can face. Kay Orr shares from the heart her family's story and offers hope to families in the midst of this difficult season with their teen.
Teens and technology can be a tricky combination for parents! In this episode, we talk with technology and social media expert Leah Nieman to learn about the current technology trends that teens are embracing, best practices for families, making social media audits----and how mom and dad are also helping shape their teen's digital footprint online.