Noah Tetzner – From Homeschooler to Full-Time Podcaster

About Noah Tetzner

Noah Tetzner is a homeschool graduate who enjoys sharing his passion for history with the world! He is the host of multiple historical podcasts that feature interviews with some of the world brightest scholars. Recently, he has launched a new podcast called Lessons from a Homeschooler where you can join him in learning about topics such as history, education, and literature from acclaimed speakers across the homeschooling world.

Make sure you have a listen to both of Noah’s podcasts: The History of Vikings and Lessons from a Homeschooler.

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Rob Jensen and Art for Kids Hub [Flashback Episode] – WHS 243

Art for Kids Hub


Rob Jensen graduated from BYU with a BFA in Industrial Design. After graduating, he moved to Michigan to work for Ford Motor Company where he designed future cars for 7 years.

After moving back to Utah and starting a business, Rob began drawing with my kids and realized it would be fun to share their art-time with other families. Art For Kids Hub was born. Continue reading “Rob Jensen and Art for Kids Hub [Flashback Episode] – WHS 243”

Scratch That Coding Itch with Ryan Swanstrom – WHS 242

Scratch 3.0 was released in January 2019 and includes a number of great new features including the ability to create and play projects on a tablet.

Ryan Swanstrom joins me today to discuss Scratch 3.0 and how homeschoolers can use it to teach their kids how to code, for free!


Ryan is a homeschool dad, computer programmer, and data scientist who helps homeschool parents integrate programming and technology into their curriculum with online courses and a weekly/monthly newsletter. He and his wife homeschool their 5 children in South Dakota, USA. Continue reading “Scratch That Coding Itch with Ryan Swanstrom – WHS 242”

Getting Devices Ready for Giving with Michael Prince – WHS 237

Getting Devices Ready for Giving with Michael Prince


Michael Prince from BecauseFamily joins me again to discuss safe digital parenting.

With the holidays just around the corner, you’ll want to make sure any gifts you’re giving to your kids are safe and ready to use when they’re unwrapped.

Michael and I talk about some of the things you’ll want to do before handing a pocket-computer over to your kids this Christmas. Continue reading “Getting Devices Ready for Giving with Michael Prince – WHS 237”

Paul Drake – Code Apprentice Online Curriculum and Mentorship | WHS 236

Lines of code | Paul Drake - Code Apprentice Online Curriculum and Mentorship


Paul Drake - Code Apprentice Online Curriculum and MentorshipToday I’m talking with Paul Drake. Paul is a homeschool alumnus, software designer, and founder/director of Code Apprentice, a program that provides high school students the skills and guidance they need to get a job in tech after graduation. Continue reading “Paul Drake – Code Apprentice Online Curriculum and Mentorship | WHS 236”