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?
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?