Home Education Talks for Parents and Youth - LDSHE

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LDSHE Podcasts are full of great information for homeschooling parents and youth. We're offering some of the best talks from our conferences, the ones that shift paradigms and change hearts. You will hear from mentor moms and dads along with experts in specific educational fields. Listen below to something that interests you! New podcasts uploaded bi-weekly--we'll always have a few available here, and if you want more LDSHE presentations, over 1000 are available with an Audio Library subscription.

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    What do remarkable historical figures almost always have in common? They read powerful books--a lot of them. This fun and interactive youth workshop will likely open your eyes to see books in a way you have never seen them before and help you gain some new ideas and motivation for your own life.
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    When does frustration hit you? Why does it come? Do you ever get angry and regret it later? Why do people get angry when they really don't want to turn into monsters or emotional wrecks? It's because of the expectation trap. Most people fall into the expectation trap on a regular basis. There is a way out, and expectations aren't bad. Find out how to turn expectations into success instead of emotional traps. This is the secret to you loving your homeschool experience and accomplishing more each day.
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    What if we created a homeschooling style from scratch, focusing on the secret ingredient that drives learning? We'd call it Engaged Homeschooling, a style of homeschooling emphasizing techniques that create engagement in learners. Join Jeanne Faulconer as she describes the power of engagement and suggests specific methods to help kids maximize their learning potential, grow their critical thinking skills, avoid early burnout and develop greater motivation to meet their goals and “learn to learn.” Engaged Homeschooling techniques help from preschool through high school, and you can adapt your existing approach to include Engaged Homeschooling practices. Engaged Homeschooling brings aspects of homeschooling methods you know and combines them with the reality of how learning really happens, flying in the face of standardization and creating the dramatic possibility of meaningful, useful education for your children.
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    Homeschooling is meant to stretch us, but not to break us. How do we start? As we set goals and focus our educational efforts, there are a few fundamental elements that need to come first. Once these are established, everything else falls more easily into place. Setting up key foundational blocks (some spiritual and some educational) will make the process of homeschooling infinitely more enjoyable and much less daunting. Lisa Smith will share some of the most important lessons she's learned about how and why she homeschools, provide practical tips and ideas, and hopefully help simplify the process of establishing a house of learning.
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