Episode #59: A Second Generation Homeschooling Mother

Does my literature based approach seem unrealistic? Do you ever wonder if your children will be able to go to college and make a living with this type of education?


In this episode, I talk with my friend, Kathy Mitchell, about the value of a literature based approach to education.


I met Kathy when her family began homeschooling in the early days of the homeschool movement. She was a little girl then, and has gone on to experience much success in her life. She is now giving her own children the same literature-based education she received in her growing up years.


I hope your doubts and questions evaporate as you hear Kathy's experience!

Click HERE to learn more about consulting with Carole Joy Seid.


Click HERE for resources to help you start homeschooling with a literature based approach.

140 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

Episode #72: Spiritual Formation in the Wilderness

* SUMMER SALE * Use coupon code, SUMMER, to get 15% OFF my course, All About Homeschool. Click HERE to learn more! In this episode, I'm joined by Kevin Sutton at Coldwater Foundation once again. You'l

Episode #71: Experiential Learning in the Wilderness

Kevin Sutton runs Coldwater on Mink Lake in Minnesota. Coldwater's wilderness program takes students into the wilderness. I talk with Kevin about experiential learning in the wilderness and why I lo

Episode #70: Leif Enger: A Masterful Weaver of Tales

Generally I like to read old books that have stood the test of time, but I make an exception for Leif Enger. In this episode, I share about his books and why you should read them! * SUMMER SALE * Use