It is possible you have made your way to this website, clicked back and forth on the options, and wondered if my output needs to be your input. We live … Continue readingWhat Does the Classical Program Consultant Offer?
It’s one thing to make the decision to homeschool, it’s another to have a decision made for you which closes your child’s school, interrupting their learning. What is one to … Continue readingSchool Closed, Now What? Help from a Veteran Homeschool Mom
Leading your own family through a plan for a crisis is one thing, but when others are looking to you for a plan, it can become so overwhelming that … Continue readingHomeschool Group Leaders & Coronavirus: What should we do?
The first time I heard Angelina speak at a conference, I learned something. I can be a hard sell, so I don’t aways learn things when I listen. But … Continue readingHearing the Author: An Interview with Angelina Stanford
When I began my research for curriculum options for our homeschool tutorial, I stumbled upon this beautiful program by The Cottage Press. Because poetry, picture study, and the progymnasmata were … Continue readingClassical Education and Charlotte Mason: Interview with Kathy Weitz
I was introduced to an interesting version of classical education when I joined a Classical Conversations community in 2012. Prepped with a guide full of memory work and a folder … Continue readingWhat is Classical Education?
“If governance, curriculum, teaching, and assessment don’t harmonize, the symphony of the school won’t be the same song.” – Andrew Kern When I married Greg in 2003, he was driving a … Continue readingWhat Place Does Business Have in Education?
“Not my circus, not my monkeys.” – Author Unknown You’ve seen that mom: The one on the phone paying the water bill, dropping the toddler who is reaching for the … Continue readingWho Is in Charge Here?
Curriculum, according to Dictionary.com, is a derivative of curricle. Curricle: a light, two-wheeled, open carriage drawn by two horses abreast. As a young single mom I purchased a tiny red … Continue readingAre You Driving a Mini Coupé, or a Heavy-Duty Tank?