How TeachThought is Innovating Education & Empowering Students with Terry Heick

Podcast S3E11 Terry Heick

The insights of homeschooling are transforming traditional education! You are on the cutting edge of that transformation.

Today, on the podcast, I have the distinct pleasure of introducing you to an impressive education innovator: Terry Heick. Terry runs the enormously popular website: TeachThought.com.

Hundreds of thousands of teachers follow Terry’s work where they learn the principles of home education in his advice for their classrooms. You know the primary source of that advice? Homeschooling! Terry left the classroom and now, he and his wife home educate their kids!

I have frequented Terry’s site for years as a tool for research into the field of learning. His understanding of kids and how they learn dovetails beautifully with Brave Writer’s pedagogy. I reached out to Terry for this podcast and was delighted that he was eager to be a part of our program.

Let’s just say this: If you lack confidence in homeschooling in any way, Terry’s interview will give you the research and data that help you trust this homeschool practice because:

HOMESCHOOLING IS ACTUALLY THE BEST WAY TO EDUCATE YOUR CHILDREN!

TUNE IN now! I promise: your energy and confidence will soar once you listen!

Episode 11: Terry Heick

Terry Heick is the founder of TeachThought.com. He is a former school teacher turned “educational dreamer.” His hundreds of thousands of followers are keen to learn what Terry shares. Why? Because his fresh approach to education was honed in the homeschool he and his wife created for their children. Terry takes natural learning, self-directed learning seriously. He hopes to be a part of the revolution that transforms how we educate our young.

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