December 5, 2015

Draw Your Own Conclusions by Dr. Donna Johnson

In June of this year my daughter Elsa and I presented a session entitled “Tolstoy, Hardy, & Austen: Direction for Courting & Marriage in the 21st […]
September 5, 2015

“This I Know”: Post-Mason Meeting by Kara M. Stalter

Although my initial meeting of Mason three years prior at Gillingham has come and gone, my journey has really only commenced. This philosophy did not stop […]
August 29, 2015

Are You Willing to Serve? by Carroll Smith

Letter Courtesy of the Armitt Trust Often times I hear people say that Charlotte Mason was only for elementary children, and the P.N.E.U. was only for […]
November 29, 2014

The Steadfast Heart by Liz Cottrill

Thirty years ago, I embarked on the homeschooling journey. I now compare it to attempting to cross an ocean in a rowboat with one oar and […]
July 27, 2014

Business vs. Desire by Maura Timko

The following blog appeared originally on the Great River Facebook page as part of a discussion about the use of digital tools in the family. It […]
December 8, 2013

Golden Nuggets and the Grand Conversation by Dr. Jennifer Spencer

This blog was originally posted by Dr. Spencer for the Willow Tree Community School. I have written before about how all of the pictures that we […]
July 22, 2012

Savage or Manly? by Art Middlekauff

A few years ago when I was preparing a presentation for a Charlotte Mason conference, I surveyed the covers of books about Charlotte Mason. Most of […]
October 24, 2010

A Well-Balanced Life by Tara Schorr

I have found myself repeatedly coming back to the importance of a balanced life ever since the Eve Anderson Tea a couple of conferences ago. Melanie Walker mentioned […]
July 12, 2008

On Time by Melanie Walker

The idea of time and the way it shapes my teaching and learning has been rolling around in my head for quite a while now. Aware […]

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