Prenda in Kenya
Prenda Family Podcast
by Prenda
1y ago
Ken Ayiemba believes in the power of education! You'll not want to miss this episode as Ken shares his experience as the first Prenda guide in Kenya. The stories that he shares are a powerful illustrations to all of us of the impact Prenda can have on each individual student.  ..read more
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Safety and Trust
Prenda Family Podcast
by Prenda
1y ago
Did you know that Prenda has an amazing Trust and Safety team dedicated to helping parents and guides resolve conflict in a loving and peaceful way? These women are crucial conversation ninjas and practice great empathy as they listen to concerns of both parents and guides. Do you want to meet them? In this this podcast you will get a feel for each of their distinct and complimentary personalities as they share some of their biggest take-a-ways in conflict resolution and crucial conversations.  ..read more
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How to Stack the Deck for Learning
Prenda Family Podcast
by Prenda
1y ago
Dr. Claire Honeycutt joins us for part 2 of a two-part series where she discusses how to stack the deck for learning. In this episode, Claire talks about the neurological importance of sleep, exercise and diet in setting the right learning environment for our students.  ..read more
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How the Brain Learns with Dr Claire Honeycutt pt 1
Prenda Family Podcast
by Prenda
1y ago
Have you ever wondered how the brain learns and how to get the most out of your students' learning? You won't want to miss this episode! In this two-part series on learning and the brain, neurology professor, Dr. Claire Honeycutt, explains how the brain learns and contrasts the difference between the way a child and adult brain learns.  ..read more
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Autonomy and Connection with Andee Martineau
Prenda Family Podcast
by Prenda
1y ago
Have you ever asked yourself the question, "How can I give my student both autonomy and keep boundaries?" Many parents and guides share worries that their students might go wild with their autonomy. If you’ve have those questions or fear, you aren’t alone. In this episode, parenting coach Andee Martineau, responds to this question by saying connection is the key to knowing how much autonomy to give students. Not only is her message insightful, she also gives useable and concrete examples and steps for how to connect with students in both a microschool and family setting. “Connection is an inve ..read more
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Literacy with Kaity Broadbent
Prenda Family Podcast
by Prenda
1y ago
This episode is one you'll not want to miss! Our featured guest on this week's podcast is no other than Kaity Broadbent, also known as the famous Adventure Kait from Treasure Hunt Reading. Literacy, as we know, is foundational in a student’s education but teaching it doesn’t have to feel overwhelming or mysterious. In this episode Kaity shares insights, tips and tricks that parents and guides can use to help students who are emerging readers master literacy with positivity and growth mindset ..read more
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K-2 Writing with Ali Flinchum
Prenda Family Podcast
by Prenda
1y ago
If you are a K-2 guide, you know how tricky it is to teach your student how to write. In this episode, Ali Flinchum will address how encourage reluctant writers. She will also give some great suggestions on how to give feedback to K-2 students about their writing.  ..read more
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Remembering What Matters
Prenda Family Podcast
by Prenda
1y ago
You won't be able to listen to this episode and not feel the love and warmth radiate from our guest speaker Cindy Hinton. In this interview Cindy teaches that there isn't a one-size fits all answer to, "how should things be done?" She encourages us to find what matters to us by first naming what matters. This looks like mindfully reflecting on the daily things that should be addressed first and addressing those first. By doing this, Cindy shares, “we can calm the crazy” in our lives. She ends by encouraging us to trust ourselves in this process. “We should be geniuses in what matters and lazy ..read more
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Mindfulness with Amy Reesing
Prenda Family Podcast
by Prenda
1y ago
Do you remember last week's episode about self-compassion? Mindfulness is the first step toward being self-compassionate. It is being self-aware. Mindfulness is staying in the present and not letting past or future fears cause you distress; and lucky for us, it’s a skill that we can start today! This episode is the second part of a two-part series with ASU educator Amy Ressing ..read more
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Self-Compassion
Prenda Family Podcast
by Prenda
1y ago
Have you ever looked at around you at all the amazing things other parents are doing and wondered, "am I doing enough?" This episode is part one of a two-part series taught by Amy Reesing who is a Senior Lecturer from ASU.  Amy teaches how to recognize your critical mind as well as how to move from a place of self-criticism to one of self-compassion ..read more
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