April 15, 2019

Nature Study Immersion by Marcia Mattern

What are some reasons you might want to take the nature immersion? Are you bothered by bugs and dirt? Do you feel like being outside is […]
April 1, 2019

Multi-age Homeschool Immersion by Nancy Kelly

“Teaching is not a technique exercised by the skilled on behalf of the unskilled. It is a sharing of the effort to know, using all that […]
March 25, 2019
Midwestern/Great Plains Conference Registration

Elementary Immersion Session for Schools and Large Groups

The countdown to the 2019 Charlotte Mason Institute conference season has officially begun! We at Charlotte Mason’s Alveary could not be more excited to share with […]
May 30, 2018

Mason and the Older Child Immersion by Kerri and Kathryn Forney

The question often comes to mind: What next?  My children or students and I have been reading great books and narrating them orally—now what?  We have […]
May 28, 2018

Understanding Executive Functions by Andra Smith

  We are responsible to steward what we have been given, and I include in that stewardship our neurochemistry.  Approximately ten percent of us have neurochemistry […]
May 22, 2018

Alveary Immersion With Dr. Jen Spencer and Alveary Team

Are you new to Charlotte Mason’s Alveary? Considering becoming a member? A current member who would love a little extra guidance? If so,  join us for […]
May 9, 2018

Miss Mason’s Music Immersion by Heidi Buschbach

In Ourselves, Charlotte Mason writes to her audience of students, “Use every chance you get of hearing music (I do not mean only tunes, though these […]
April 18, 2018

Teaching the Chronology of History by Emily Kiser

“Next in order to religious knowledge,” Charlotte Mason said, “history is the pivot upon which our curriculum turns.” (An Essay Towards a Philosophy of Education, p. […]
April 5, 2018

Multi-age Homeschool Immersion by Nancy Kelly

“Teaching is not a technique exercised by the skilled on behalf of the unskilled. It is a sharing of the effort to know, using all that […]