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Articles tagged Curriculum

What Can Potlucks Teach Us About Choosing Curriculum?

When my daughter was young, church potlucks marked the high point of her month. She eagerly anticipated these gatherings for the sheer number of choices, the novelty of getting to try dishes that didn’t normally appear on our table at home, and most of all, the allure...
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An Open Letter to a Parent Considering Classical Conversations

Dear moms and dads, You are balancing hopes and realities. Time is money and sometimes you have only time, sometimes money, and usually a teeter-tottering mix of the two. Every time you hear the classical method explained, a few more of your questions are answered, but...
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The Essential Ingredients of Education: Student, Teacher, and a Log?

Revisiting Some Archived Articles that Have Not Been Lost, but May Have Been Forgotten and Are Worth a Fresh Read Original Post Date: July 10, 2011 It has been quoted that all that is needed for education is a student, a teacher, and a log on which to sit. This is a...
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Confessions of a Former Public School Teacher

by Kathy
Wednesday, 27 August, 2014
categories: Articles, Classical Christian Education
Revisiting Some Archived Articles that Have Not Been Lost, but May Have Been Forgotten and Are Worth a Fresh Read As we embark on this new Classical Conversations year, I thought I might pause from my usual Latin discussion to focus on what I love about homeschooling...
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Getting Started Homeschooling: Choosing a Method

(This is part one in a series. The series will cover all aspects of getting started in homeschooling.) What should I do for my children’s education next year? Should I homeschool them? Where do I start? This is the time of year when parents begin evaluating their...
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