The 101 Homeschool Ideas Podcast has a new segment every Friday!
Introducing, “Ask Brian”: The part of my Friday episodes where I will answer questions about home education from awesome listeners just like you.
Click here to learn more about “Ask Brian,” my reason for doing the podcast, and how you can subscribe to 101 Homeschool Ideas Podcast so that you don’t miss a single episode. Look for “Ask Brian” starting in April.
“Ask Brian” will address concerns or questions that you have about homeschool curriculum reviews, teaching ideas, field trip suggestions, or challenging behaviors.
I have wanted to find a way to get questions from members of the 101 Homeschool Ideas Community and make you all a part of the show. Because of this awesome software called SpeakPipe, I now have a way. All you have to do is click on the link at the bottom of the page to leave me a voice message. Then I can place that on the show and you can help me help you and thousands of others like you.
Please remember that I want this show to be fun, personal, and helpful! So let’s keep it real and sensible, okay? I am not sure that I know how to help you with changing your carpet pad, but if you have a question of home education or teaching practices, I will either find the answer, or interview someone that can give us the answer!
Please use common sense and show courtesy with your questions. That way everyone wins! Here are some guidelines to ensure your question is qualified to be featured on the show.
- Please keep your question under one minute in length. If it goes a little over, that’s fine, but please keep it concise and to the point.
- I would love to know your name, where you are from, and a little about your children. Please remember that this will go on the podcast, so avoid being too specific. For example: “Hi, my name is Jane Doe from Iowa. I have been homeschooling my children for 6 months. They are 6, 8, and 10. My question is…”
- Spammy, disrespectful, or deeply private questions will not be considered for the podcast.
All you need is an internet connection and a microphone (those are usually already in your computer if you have laptop). You can also do it from your smart phone if you have internet capabilities.
If you are ready to ask your question, I am ready to here it. Just click on the link below.
Keep in mind that by leaving me a voice message you are authorizing me to use it publicly on the podcast.