The third and final episode in our series on education as an atmosphere, a discipline, and a life, today’s discussion is all about LIFE. What is meant by “education is a life?” How do we procure this life for ourselves and our children?
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Listen to the podcast:
- Scholé RDA
- The Tree Book for Kids and Their Grown-Ups by Gina Ingoglia
- Topical Discussion: Education is a Life
- A Philosophy of Education by Charlotte Mason
- Vittorino da Feltre and Other Humanist Educators by William Woodward
- “that’s what Dickens was writing about”
- The Great Tradition by Richard Gamble
- Who was Platina?
- Brain Breaks
- Pomodoro Technique
- Slow reading
- “the memory podcast”
- Brandy and Pam on Your Morning Basket talking facts vs. ideas
- Charlotte Mason’s critique of unit studies
- Frog and Toad by Arnold Lobel
- Better Late Than Early by Raymond and Dorothy Moore
- Time Will Tell: A Reminder to Take the Long View
- Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens
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