The Audio Room: Seizing Summer (with Brooke Diener)

Welcome to The Audio Room

Listen to the monthly installment of our bite-size Insights podcast, featuring special guests from the classical education community.

~ hosted by Joe Saufley ~

This episode we’re talking about: Sharpening Students and the Self during Summer

~ Keeping students on track during the summer months

~ Enriching summer environments in simple ways

~ Vacationing with a purpose

~ Striking a balance between refueling and preparing

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Brooke Diener has been classically homeschooling her own children and teaching in co-ops for over a decade, and has served other homeschooling families through her writing and speaking at conferences. She holds a BA in Christian education and psychology from Wheaton College and a Montessori teaching certification from the United Montessori Association. She and her husband—headmaster, consultant, and author Dr. David Diener—live in Hillsdale, Michigan, with their 4 energetic and eclectic children and are committed to furthering the mission and impact of classical Christian education through their lives and work. In her leisure time, Brooke loves to read the classics and discuss them with friends, and to take long hikes in the woods with her family.