Category Archives: educational philosophy

Morning Time–Fall Schedule

Now that I am educating three teens, our Morning Time looks totally different than when I was schooling three elementary age students.  I have always loved doing Morning Time. It has been the anchor to my day for 9 years … Continue reading

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Again, Morning Time

I haven’t been blogging for a while because, well, I just haven’t had that much to say. But I am finding myself, as I am listening to podcasts, wishing that I could join in with the podcast conversation, too. No … Continue reading

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Planning

It’s that time of year already. The time to gather all of the pieces and try put them all together to form a puzzle, a puzzle in which the pieces show a recognizable picture. Every year the pieces are different, … Continue reading

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The Liberal Arts Tradition–Classical Education is Not Just About The Intellect

I am reading The Liberal Arts Tradition by Kevin Clark and Ravi Jain for a second time and I am really glad that I am. As what usually happens with second reads, I am seeing it in a different light. … Continue reading

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Summer Refreshing

In the past summer has always been a time of contemplating and refreshing for the year ahead. There have seemed to be themes connected to these summer ponderings, themes that make my inner geek erupt into a happy dance. Two … Continue reading

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