Home Ed Voices Podcast – (Season 2) Episode 14 – Mell (@Raisingadaisy)

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The Home Ed Voices Podcast is a UK-based Home Education Podcast that profiles the lives of home ed families.  You can find out more about the podcast here.

This week I’m talking to Mell from @raisingadaisy on Instragram. We talk about home educating as a single parent, and get into our experiences with negative attitudes against home education and what to do about it. We also talk about how home ed children’s learning and socializing differs when compared to schooled children.

Show Notes:

There weren’t any book recs this week.

However we mention the Badman review of home education in the UK in 2009-10 when discussing veteran home educators in our community. If you would like to know more about that review you can find comprehensive information here.

You can find Mell from @raisingadaisy on Instragram (though please note that as she has a private account and is not obligated to give access to anyone.)

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If you have any questions or can think of someone you would like me to interview on the podcast (maybe you? Yeah, really you!), please get in touch via the comments below.

If you enjoyed the podcast and know someone who might benefit from listening to a Home Education Podcast, please let them know about the Home Ed Voices Podcast. Thank you!

Home Ed Voices Podcast – (Season 2) Episode 13 – Lyndsay (@Rainbows_and_wellies)

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Home Ed Voices Podcast - Ep13 Lyndsay (@Rainbows_and_Wellies)

The Home Ed Voices Podcast is a UK-based Home Education Podcast that profiles the lives of home ed families.  You can find out more about the podcast here.

This week I’m talking to Lyndsay from @rainbows_and_wellies on Instagram. We talk about home educating an only child, and how home edding can provide a safe environment for an autistic child both to learn in a way that suits them, and get the degree of socialisation that feels comfortable to them (in comparison to the ‘coke bottle’ effect.) We also chat about finding your groove when you’re unexpectedly home educating, through community and time spent reflected on the things that are working.

Show Notes:

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If you have any questions or can think of someone you would like me to interview on the podcast (maybe you? Yeah, really you!), please get in touch via the comments below.

If you enjoyed the podcast and know someone who might benefit from listening to a Home Education Podcast, please let them know about the Home Ed Voices Podcast. Thank you!

Home Ed Voices Podcast – Season 1 Episode 10 – Leah Boden (Modern Miss Mason)

Home Ed Voices Podcast Episode 10 - Leah Boden HomeEdVoicesPodcast - A podcast where home educators tell us about their home ed adventures in the UK.

This post may contain affiliate links. Please read my disclosure statement for more information.

The Home Ed Voices Podcast is a UK-based Home Education Podcast that profiles the lives of home ed families.  You can find out more about the podcast here.

This week I am talking with Leah Boden from Modern Miss Mason. We talk about her work, encouraging home educating and homeschooling parents to adapt the ideas of Charlotte Mason for the modern era we live in today. We talk about how living in the UK means that we get to live amongst living history, and we discuss the importance of prioritizing home education, and balancing our other projects alongside it.

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Show Notes:

You can find Leah at Modernmmissmason.com or on instagram or facebook.

Follow HomeEdVoicesPodcast on Instagram, Twitter, and Pinterest, or join my newsletter.

If you have any questions or can think of someone you would like me to interview on the podcast, please get in touch via the comments below.

If you enjoyed the podcast and know someone who might benefit from listening to a Home Education Podcast, please let them know about the Home Ed Voices Podcast. Thank you!



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