A Charlotte Mason Education for the 21st Century
It’s Monday morning. Your older children have dressed and eaten breakfast and checked their schedule to be sure of the learning for the day. They look forward to each book because it is full of interesting and memorable events. They come to you to orally narrate what they have learned. History is done as a family and the book you are currently reading together is so interesting the children can “hardly wait” until after lunch for family read aloud. Does this scenario seem possible to you? It is!
Discover what it means to educate your child using the time-tested methods and philosophy of educational reformer Charlotte Mason. Sheila Carroll of Living Books Curriculum shares from her twenty-plus years as an educator and homeschooling parent. She will cover the basics of a Charlotte Mason education and how Living Books Curriculum implements the principles of CM in the 21st century.
The workshop will cover these topics:
- Four pillars of a Charlotte Mason education
- How to put the literature and CM method together
- Narration, the open sesame to learning and literacy
- How to plan and schedule a living books education