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Dave Stotts – Drive Thru History Adventures – WHS 235

Dave Stotts - Drive Thru History Adventures

About Dave Stotts and Drive Thru History

Dave Stotts has spent the last two decades in professional video and media production. His career in documentary production has taken him to nearly 30 countries to shoot and edit films on a wide variety of topics, including history, science, religion, homeland security, and Bible archaeology.

In 2004, Dave stepped in front of the camera to host the award-winning television series, Drive Thru History. DTH is a fun, fast-paced, content-rich history show that speeds through ancient civilizations, the Holy Land, and the founding of America, allowing the viewer to experience the people, places, and events that shaped our world and the Christian faith.

Now, with Drive Thru History Adventures, Dave Stotts takes the best of Drive Thru History® and combines it with an online world of curriculum and resources. The ultimate goal of DTH Adventures is to get kids fired up about learning important truths and becoming better human beings. Continue Reading →

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Teaching With Film – Hannah Ruth Earl From The Moving Picture Institute – WHS 234


Today I’m speaking with Hannah Ruth Earl of The Moving Picture Institute.

Hannah works on MPI’s talent development programs, including recruiting and acquisitions for grants, internships, and masterclasses.

Hannah Ruth EarlShe previously worked in independent film production at Bold Films and Rumble Films.

Hannah was also homeschooled and has been reaching out to homeschoolers about the free resources MPI has to offer.

The Moving Picture Institute is a modern-media production house and talent incubator that creates and supports high-impact film and video content designed to entertain, inspire, and educate audiences with captivating stories about human freedom. Continue Reading →

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Experience Astronomy with Luke Gilkerson – WHS 233

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Many kids and parents are fascinated by the night sky but don’t know where to start with nightly observations. With Experience Astronomy homeschool parents and students can learn to navigate the heavens and figure out if that bright light is a planet, star, or just an airplane. Continue Reading →

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Online Great Books with Scott Hambrick – WHS 232

Online Great Books


Every homeschooler understands that reading is essential. However, sometimes we may not know what our children should be reading. Or, perhaps we know what they should read but we don’t understand the essential themes and ideas of a piece of great literature.

At Online Great Books you’ll find a community that will help you understand the classics of the Western world. As parents, it’s important for us to continue learning even as we’re teaching our children and Online Great Books is a fantastic way for you to dig into those classics that may seem daunting. Continue Reading →

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Shawn Barrieau of MyFunScience – WHS 228


Shawn and Heather Barrieau founded MyFunScience in 2016 to fill a need they saw in the homeschooling community. They noticed that parents were struggling to teach math and science starting in the middle and high school grades.

The classes are taught from a Christian perspective and they believe:

  • A well-rounded STEM curriculum is critical to each student’s success in school, college, and life.
  • Our future generations and future job markets require solution-oriented thinkers and the skills provided by STEM training.
  • Working through science and math curriculums provide lifelong skills to enhance your student’s ability to deeply and richly engage in any academic and professional arena they choose!

Their teachers have years of professional and teaching experience. Each of their teachers cares deeply about making students feel welcome to explore and discover. Continue Reading →

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