SS #85: Beyond restful learning
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SS #85: Beyond restful learning

Scholé includes, but is also so much more than, restful learning. Once again, the Scholé Sisters return to the topic of figuring out what scholé really means and what it truly is. How do we know if what we’re doing counts as scholé? That’s the question tackled in this episode. Listen to the podcast: TUNE…

SS #84: Passport to Foreign Language
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SS #84: Passport to Foreign Language

As homeschoolers, we’re pressed for time and often uncertain of our priorities. Teaching a foreign language is daunting and confusing, especially when we don’t speak another language ourselves. Should becoming bilingual or multilingual be a goal for ourselves and our children? Is learning a foreign language a part of the curriculum we can safely ignore…

Teaching as Trekking: What a Teacher Ought to Be
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Teaching as Trekking: What a Teacher Ought to Be

Many take up teaching because they want to make a difference in the world. They may hope to lead the way in culture change or in scientific advancement. Whether it’s a classroom teacher eager to pass on what he knows or a mother determined that her children will receive better than she did, teachers in…

Plato’s Education Philosophy
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Plato’s Education Philosophy

Any discussion of classical education ought to begin with Plato, the ultimate philosopher and the first thinker on education theory and philosophy that we have written material from his own hand. This guide to Plato’s theory of educational philosophy will not be merely theoretical, but practical for all educators, including homeschool moms. Plato’s education theory…