SS #28: Education is a Life

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? Don’t forget to download our free Life Audit at the bottom of this post to help you put these ideas into action.     Thank you to our sponsor: This episode is sponsored by A Month of … Read More

SS #26: Education is an Atmosphere

Today, we kick off a series of three episodes that were recorded live online with some of our Forum members. This series is organized around Charlotte Mason’s motto that education is an atmosphere, a discipline, and a life. Today’s episode is all about atmosphere. BONUS: Scroll down to the bottom of these show notes to get a downloadable Atmosphere Audit to help you put these ideas into action in your homeschool.     Thank you to our sponsor: This episode … Read More

SS #25: To Pre-Read or Not to Pre-Read (Why Is It Even a Question?)

Today’s episode was recorded when we had the joy of all being together in the same room (along with our friend, Dawn Garrett) for the Scholé Sisters Leadership Retreat in Portland. We had so much fun! We hope you enjoy this episode, even though there are a couple places where the sound is sub-par. (What can we say? We were all sharing one mic!) Today’s topic is pre-reading. We talked about why to do it, how to let your personal … Read More

SS #23: The Nitty-Gritty Guide to Homeschooling High School Boys (with Cindy Rollins)

In her book Mere Motherhood, Cindy Rollins made the passing comment that she was not as big of a fan of homeschooling high school boys as she had been in the past. This turned into a rumor: Cindy Rollins doesn’t think boys should be homeschooled in high school. Um. NOT TRUE. Today, Mystie and Brandy chat with Cindy about homeschooling high school boys (as well as using AmblesideOnline for high school), the pros, the cons, and how to know if it’s time to let … Read More

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