Memory Work {Homeschool Science Tip of the Month from Elemental Science}
Tips for Homeschool Science Podcast from Elemental Science
by Paige Hudson: Author, Speaker, and Homeschooling Mom
2M ago
Homeschool Science Tip of the Month - Add in a bit of science memory work! Memory work is a hallmark of classical education, but that doesn't mean that it's not a beneficial addition to a non-classical homeschool. So this month, our tip is to add in a bit of science memory work to your homeschool plans! Welcome to the Tips for Homeschool Science Show where we are breaking down the lofty ideals of teaching science into building blocks you can use in your homeschool. Links Mentioned-> The Grammar Stage Reference Guide The Logic Stage Reference Guide Better Together by Pam Barnhill To se ..read more
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Ep 116 - Which is better traditional science or classical science?
Tips for Homeschool Science Podcast from Elemental Science
by Paige Hudson: Author and Homeschooling Mom
6M ago
Welcome to the final episode in season 9 of the Tips for Homeschool Science podcast! In this episode, we'll be discussing how classical science compares to traditional science and a few of the benefits we have found from doing classical science. Key Takeaways The classical student won’t follow the traditional model, but you can rest assured that they will be prepared for what’s ahead. We found that classical education allowed us to dig deep into an area of science to come up with questions that our student had. The way that classical education approaches science already has the foundation of ..read more
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Ep 115 - What should rhetoric stage science look like?
Tips for Homeschool Science Podcast from Elemental Science
by Paige Hudson: Author and Homeschooling Mom
6M ago
Welcome to episode 5 in season 9 of the Tips for Homeschool Science podcast! In this episode, we'll be discussing rhetoric stage science - your goals, the tools, and how to put it all together. Key Takeaways The goals for the rhetoric stage student will be to teach them how to learn and apply the principles of science to what they see in front of them.  I'm going to suggest that the level of rigor will be dependent upon what your student wants to do in the future.  We can do this through textbooks with experiments, through events and science, through exams, and then we can also hav ..read more
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Ep 114 - What should logic stage science look like?
Tips for Homeschool Science Podcast from Elemental Science
by Paige Hudson: Author and Homeschooling Mom
6M ago
Welcome to episode 4 in season 9 of the Tips for Homeschool Science podcast! In this episode, we'll be discussing logic stage science - your goals, the tools, and how to put it all together. Key Takeaways The goals of logic stage science are to capitalize on the student's need to know why and continue to feed them with scientific information.  Science fair projects are a great tool for our kids to see the scientific method from start to finish and our logic students really benefit from that experience because it's helping them to think critically and to organize the information.  L ..read more
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Ep 113 - What should grammar stage science look like?
Tips for Homeschool Science Podcast from Elemental Science
by Paige Hudson: Author and Homeschooling Mom
7M ago
Welcome to episode 3 in season 9 of the Tips for Homeschool Science podcast! In this episode, we'll be discussing grammar stage science - your goals, the tools, and how to put it all together. Key Takeaways The goals of grammar stage science are to spark an interest and build a foundation for the future. For the grammar stage, you need to have the three keys - do, read, and write - plus, you can add projects and memory work. We want what we do for science, what we read about in science, and what we write down in science to all relate. Episode's Topics 00:32 – What is the grammar stage 02:0 ..read more
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Ep 112 - Is classical science weak?
Tips for Homeschool Science Podcast from Elemental Science
by Paige Hudson: Author, Speaker, and Homeschooling Mom
7M ago
You're listening to season 9 of the Tips for Homeschool Science podcast where we are sharing both audio and video for a short season on classical education and homeschool science. In this episode, we'll be addressing whether a plan for classical science can be rigorous or not. Key Takeaways At its core, a rigorous, or a strong, science foundation is going to have three things each week - doing, reading, and writing. You'll have those three keys in a well-balanced way.  A strong plan for science will start early and build upon that foundation throughout the years - sound familiar? That's ..read more
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Ep 111 - What is classical education?
Tips for Homeschool Science Podcast from Elemental Science
by Paige Hudson: Author, Speaker, and Homeschooling Mom
7M ago
Welcome to season 9 of the Tips for Homeschool Science podcast! This season is a short one, with only 6 episodes, but we've got a brand-new feature for you - video! This season we'll be sharing both audio and video of each episode.  In this episode, we'll be sharing the basics of classical education and how science fits into that model. Key Takeaways The heartbeat of classical education is to teach our students to think critically and to know how to learn. In classical education, there are stages or cycles of learning that every student goes through.  In each stage, you are teachin ..read more
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Ep 110 - Teach it ALL {Science Soundtrack #9}
Tips for Homeschool Science Podcast from Elemental Science
by Paige Hudson: Author, Speaker, and Homeschooling Mom
9M ago
Science Soundtrack #9 I have to teach it all.-->I get to customize my chosen science program to fit our needs. For season 8, we are taking these negative soundtracks, or beliefs, and turning the volume dial down. Then, we are turning the dial up on a new soundtrack – one that will help us share science with our kiddos. Key Takeaways I used some of the same programs with my kids but did different things. We weren’t slaves to box-checking, we customized our science to fit our needs. We can cherry-pick what we know will benefit our students the most, fitting in the keys to teaching science ..read more
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Ep 109 - Don't Know Enough {Science Soundtrack #8}
Tips for Homeschool Science Podcast from Elemental Science
by Paige Hudson: Author, Speaker, and Homeschooling Mom
9M ago
Science Soundtrack #8 I do not know enough.-->What I do not know, I can learn or find someone else who can teach it. For season 8, we are taking these negative soundtracks, or beliefs, and turning the volume dial down. Then, we are turning the dial up on a new soundtrack – one that will help us share science with our kiddos. Key Takeaways We, as home educators, don’t have to know it all.  We can learn what we need to know, modeling a life-long pursuit of knowledge. Or we can find a program or person that can do the heavy lifting for us!  You don’t have to know it all, you just ..read more
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Ep 108 - Science In The Lab {Science Soundtrack #7}
Tips for Homeschool Science Podcast from Elemental Science
by Paige Hudson: Author, Speaker, and Homeschooling Mom
9M ago
Science Soundtrack #7 Science has to be done in a lab.-->There are lots of ways to see science in action. For season 8, we are taking these negative soundtracks, or beliefs, and turning the volume dial down. Then, we are turning the dial up on a new soundtrack – one that will help us share science with our kiddos. Key Takeaways In your home, co-op, or at your school. Even at the kitchen sink is cool. There are lots of different ways for us to share the hands-on aspect of science with our kiddos.  As homeschoolers, we can escape the lab and share science where we are at! Links Menti ..read more
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