Today’s discussion between Brandy, Pam, Mystie, and Abby centers on the differences between communities and networks as spelled out by John Taylor Gatto in his wonderful little book Dumbing Us Down. To which do you belong? Is there an ideal? There’s a lot of food for thought in this episode.
Time to register for the Loving Well retreat!
Registration is now open for this year’s online local retreats which is coming up on Saturday, October 10th. The theme of this year’s retreat is Loving Well and our guest speaker is Karen Glass! This is going to be a wonderful time in which we deeply explore the topic of love as it relates to homeschooling, mothering, and continuing our own educations. Click here to register.
If you’d like more information on leading a retreat group, click here.
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- The Brothers Karamazov by Fyodor Dostoevsky
- Sistership Book Clubs
- AmblesideOnline Forums or AO Forums
- Sistership Book Clubs: How to Read and Appreciate Russian Literature taught by Dn. Nicholas Kotar
- AmblesideOnline (AO) year 9 and year 10
- AmblesideOnline AO for Groups
- John Hopkins Notions on Political Economy by Jane Marcet
- The Money Mystery: The Hidden Force Affecting Your Career, Business, and Investments by Richard Maybury
- Economics for Everybody by R.C. Sproul Jr. DVD
- What does Brandy mean by Circle Time?
- Dumbing Us Down: The Hidden Curriculum of Compulsory Schooling by John Taylor Gatto
- The Liberal Arts Tradition, Revised Edition by Ravi Jain and Kevin Clarke
- The Liberty of Logic: Discover the freedom and confidence through principles of sound thinking
- Simon Sinek books
- The Four Loves by C.S. Lewis
- Hannah Coulter by Wendell Berry