December 10, 2017

Lord of the Heart: Generosity by Liz Cottrill

Most of us encounter Charlotte Mason when exploring educational options, but before long we learn that her perspective on education embraces far more than science, history, […]
July 24, 2017

Plutarch: A Lesson in Patience by Nancy Elliott

I am ridiculously in love with teaching Plutarch. Honestly, it’s a little bit weird. My husband affectionately (albeit a little jealously) refers to him as “my […]
December 31, 2016

Misspeaking—A Symptom of A Greater Problem? By Carroll Smith

Happy New Year 2014 from The Charlotte Mason Institute In recent weeks there were a number of “misspeaks” in the news and social media. One was […]
October 6, 2013

The Habits Pendulum by Nancy Kelly

Habits are important in a Charlotte Mason relational education. They are mentioned as the second item of Ms. Mason’s educational trifecta, “Education is an atmosphere, a […]
September 22, 2013

Good Behavior vs. Good Character: A Redemption Story by Dr. Jennifer Spencer

Many of you know that, in my B.C. (Before Charlotte) years, I was trained as a public school educator, and I taught kindergarten and then second […]
October 9, 2011

Shared Culture and Citizenship by Timothy Laurio and Hannah Hoyt

The perspective of two graduated Ambleside Online students, happily engaged, both currently studying abroad in Europe. (All page numbers refer to A Philosophy of Education.) The […]

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