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A Podcast by Secular, Eclectic, Academic

A Podcast by Secular, Eclectic, Academic
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A Podcast by Secular, Eclectic, Academic

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The Rise of Black Homeschoolers: An Interview with Alycia Wright

4/5/2019
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@ SEA: a podcast by Secular, Eclectic, Academic There is a revolution happening in education as new technology and innovative learning methods are reframing how we address the needs of students. Join Blair, Kat, Sam, and their guests for discussions on the changing face of education and the profound benefits when we shift the paradigm from how subjects are best taught, to how they are best learned. We hope you enjoy listening as much as we’ve enjoyed creating this podcast. If you do, please...

Duration:00:37:30

How Learning Best Happens: With Guest Samantha Matalone Cook

2/20/2019
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@ SEA with Blair & Kat, a podcast by Secular, Eclectic, Academic There is a revolution happening in education as new technology and innovative learning methods are reframing how we address the needs of students. Join Blair, Kat, and their guests for discussions on the changing face of education and the profound benefits when we shift the paradigm from how subjects are best taught, to how they are best learned. Brought to you by our friends at We hope you enjoy listening as much as we’ve...

Duration:00:30:07

A Homeschooling Secular Scientist: Getting To Know SEA Founder Blair Lee

2/5/2019
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Welcome to @ SEA with Blair & Kat, the new podcast from Secular, Eclectic, Academic! There is a revolution happening in education as new technology and innovative learning methods are reframing how we address the needs of students. Join Blair, Kat, and their guests for discussions on the changing face of education and the profound benefits when we shift the paradigm from how subjects are best taught, to how they are best learned. Brought to you by our friends at We hope you enjoy listening...

Duration:00:54:19

Unschooling 101 with Jason Grooms

1/28/2017
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Jason Grooms is an adventurer, author, mountain climber, husband, and dad of six incredible kids from adult to toddler. Along with his brilliant wife, he’s been homeschooling for almost two decades (2 graduated and 4 close behind). When he’s not being a teacher, adventure guide, and life coach for his kids, Jason is a Director of Learning and Development by day and writes science adventure books for kids by night. He has a degree in Cultural Anthropology, is an ordained Humanist Celebrant,...

Unschool When You Can, Teach When You Must with Kate Laird

1/27/2017
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Kate is the author of Homeschool Teacher, a manual for homeschooling families for kindergarten through eighth grade and available through SEA Books & More. Kate graduated from Harvard with a degree in history, a good set of study skills, and a 100-ton captain’s license. Her first teaching job began seven days after graduation, tutoring three children on a sailboat crossing the Pacific. For the last 12 years, she’s homeschooled her own children as the family worked and traveled on the edges...

Literature-Based Charlotte Mason Homeschooling with Emily Cook

1/25/2017
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Meet Emily, learn more about Charlotte Mason Homeschooling, and check out Build Your Library materials at the SEA Homeschoolers 2017 Conference. Emily Cook is the author and creator of the secular homeschool curriculum Build Your Library, a literature-based K-8 program infused with the teachings of Charlotte Mason. She writes full year lesson plans as well as shorter topical unit studies. Emily has been homeschooling her four children in Southern NH for 14 years. She is passionate about...

Secular, Eclectic, Academic Homeschooling with Blair Lee

1/24/2017
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Meet Blair and other secular, eclectic, academic homeschoolers at the SEA Homeschoolers 2017 Conference. Blair is a homeschooling mom, the author of the secular science textbooks REAL Science Odyssey Chemistry 1 and Biology 2, and founder of Secular Eclectic Academic Homeschoolers. Eclectic homeschooling is the most common type of homeschooling. Every child is unique with a different set of academic strengths, challenges, and passions. Eclectic homeschoolers take those into account as they...

Homeschooling 101 with Meg Grooms

1/23/2017
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Meg Grooms is a long-time homeschooling mother of 6 kids, including two graduates. Meg believes that learning is best done through play, which she shares at her blog Homeschool Gameschool. Meg currently resides in the Pacific Northwest but is a vagabond at heart and is always looking for opportunities to explore the world with her family. In her spare time Meg likes to sing (badly) along with musical theatre and sometimes she dances too. Meg has written a book on getting started homeshooling...

The Norton Simon Museum, Pasadena, CA

9/17/2015
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The Norton Simon Museum, Pasadena, CA The kids and I spent the some time recently at the Norton Simon Museum in Pasadena. This is a wonderful, smaller museum that has many great works of art to see. It is also incredibly affordable for families as all children under 18 get in free every day. Adults pay $12.00 each, seniors are $9.00 each, and parking is free. The permanent collection at the museum includes an impressive collection of Impressionist pieces by such artists as Degas, Monet, and...

Call to Worship Dubai

12/4/2013
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Call to Worship Dubai I am dressed to go out and check out what happens during the Call to Worship in Dubai. The call is broadcast, and then the service is as well. The entire thing lasts about 30 minutes and sounds quite lovely, although I didn’t understand any of it. When we came back, the concierge asked me if we were Christian, and I said we were not religious. I decided that was the safest response in this Muslim country. I don’t talk about religion at home. I am not going to start...