In this week’s blog post Joy Shannon shares with us her thoughts and reflections on Mason’s term, Science of Relations. You can read her thoughts at https://wp.me/p3bD5Y-Ig.
For this week we have an interesting blog on the use of a Charlotte Mason education after high school and in a distant country. You can find it at https://wp.me/p3bD5Y-I5.
If you are a newbie or have been using Mason’s methods, but feel you need more help in getting started or improving your homeschooling experience, Cheri Struble and Sara Dalton’s immersion for newbies will be beneficial for you. You can learn more at https://wp.me/p3bD5Y-HF.
Kerri Forney provides insight into how Mason educated the older child. If you have children beyond the elementary age, her immersion at this year’s CMI Charlotte Mason Education Conference will give you the understanding that you need. See her description of her immersion at this link: https://wp.me/p3bD5Y-Hn.
Sandra Zuidema, Laurel Aldridge and Elizabeth Millar will take you through an extraordinary experience of a Mason education. The Large Room Immersion at this year’s CMI Charlotte Mason Education Conference will immerse you in a Mason experience that will change the way you educate your children. You can read more about it at https://wp.me/p3bD5Y-H8.
Nancy Kelly shares with us more details about her immersion session at this year’s Charlotte Mason Education Conference sponsored by CMI. You can read it here: https://wp.me/p3bD5Y-GW.
Deborah Walsh, curator of the Armitt Museum and Library shares with us this week some of the history of the Armitt. You can find it at https://wp.me/p3bD5Y-Gs.