Interview with Steve Sensenig About My Homeschool Transcripts – The Wired Homeschool

NOTE: Since the release of this podcast, Steve has released a FREE version of My Homeschool Transcripts and lowered the price on the premium version.

In this special edition of the podcast, I interview Steve Sensenig, the creator of My Homeschool Transcripts.

Developed by a homeschooler for homeschoolers, MyHST looks to be a very valuable tool in the homeschooler’s tool kit. Here’s yet another way to use technology to accelerate your homeschooling.

This is an edited version of a two-part interview I did with Steve on my other podcast, Jesus Geek. Part 1 of that interview is currently available here and part 2 will get published next week.

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Interview with Jeff Schmitz of Scholaric – WHS 21

Note: Since this interview the application has been re-branded as Scholaric and the links and information may be out of date.

This week I’m happy to feature an interview with Jeff Schmitz, the creator or Cogniti.us.

Jeff joined me over Skype and discussed his excellent homeschool planning system.

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Next week I plan to provide a review of 4 browsers that you can use on your Mac or Windows computer.

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