Homeschool Mom’s Science Podcast

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When I am in the car or have a bit of a break from everything, I love to listen to podcasts. Finding a good homeschool podcast makes me super happy because I like to not only find ways to equip myself to teach, but to find new ways of connecting to the homeschool community. That is why I am excited today to share about the Homeschool Mom’s Science Podcast with you all.

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A Little About the Homeschool Mom’s Science Podcast

Former college professor, homeschool dad, and homeschool science pioneer, Greg Landry, has a new podcast specifically for homeschool moms – the Homeschool Mom’s Science Podcast. The purpose of this podcast to encourage, entertain, and equip homeschool moms to teach science (6th – 12th grade) and to make it interesting and enjoyable for students (and mom).

You’ll enjoy a familiar voice with science, stories, and humor every week – a new homeschool mom’s podcast available every Tuesday morning.

Episode #1 – Intro & She Married Me Anyway

Professor Landry will also cover:

– Interesting and unique aspects of teaching Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and Anatomy & Physiology.
– Teaching science to your children who aren’t going to college or who won’t be college science majors and preparing students for college.
– Preparing students for the ACT
– The ins and outs of creating good lab reports.
– From years of teaching university students and homeschooled students he’ll tell you some great stories (including cadaver lab stories)!
– And much more.

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Upcoming Episodes…

– Order of middle school and high school science classes

– How to teach science to “non-science” students vs. college-bound science majors.

– What my wife and I learned about getting our homeschooled children through the college experience

– How your children can benefit from daily graphing and how to teach it

– How to write good lab reports and mistakes to avoid

– Stories from the cadaver lab

– How and why to teach the metric system

– His experience with homeschoolers as a college professor

– Top homeschool science mistakes and how to avoid them

– What you don’t know about college sports scholarships for average homeschool athletes

– How to teach cellular respiration

– What my wife and I learned from searching for colleges for our homeschooled daughters

– What your students should know about basic statistics

– Why and how to teach measurement

– Should you take the ACT and SAT?

– How to prepare for each section of the ACT

– And much more!

 

What topics would you like to see covered?

​​Do you have a topic you’d like discussed on the homeschool podcast? We’d love to hear from you!

​Homeschool dad, scientist, and former college professor, Greg Landry, offers live, online homeschool science classes, Homeschool ACT Prep Bootcamp, the Homeschool Mom’s Science Podcast, in-person two-day science lab intensives nationwide, freebies for homeschool moms, and student-produced homeschool print publications.

 

Final Thoughts

I hope you check out this homeschool podcast, especially for those of you needing some support in teaching homeschool science. Do you have a favorite homeschool podcast that helps you? If so, please feel free to share it in the comments below!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Former college professor, homeschool dad, and homeschool science pioneer, Greg Landry, has a new podcast specifically for homeschool moms – the Homeschool Mom’s Science Podcast. The purpose of this podcast to encourage, entertain, and equip homeschool moms to teach science (6th - 12th grade) and to make it interesting and enjoyable for students (and mom).

 

 

 

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  1. Rena Walter
    January 31, 2020 at 11:15 pm

    How very interesting!

  2. monique s
    February 2, 2020 at 5:02 pm

    This looks like a great resource for homeschoolers.

  3. Shannon Holmes
    February 5, 2020 at 2:03 am

    What a great resource,, thanks for sharing!

  4. Calvin
    February 18, 2020 at 8:14 pm

    Good to have, many home school families on the rise.

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