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Do I personally need to learn about a Charlotte Mason Education? I’m happy to tell you Yes! If you want to know something, then yes, like anything else, you will need to devote time to the study of it. This is good because studying Charlotte Mason will change your life—for the better. If it seems like hard work, well maybe sometimes it is, but nothing … Continue reading What is a Charlotte Mason Education-Questions Answered 3
If there are no tests or quizzes, how do you know the student is learning? A Charlotte Mason education relies on a child’s inborn desire to know and their natural curiosity. A child who has been reared with this underlying philosophy from the beginning will have the God-given natural desire to know and learn at his immediate disposal. A student who has been trained from … Continue reading What is a Charlotte Mason Education—Questions Answered 2
Charlotte Mason states several times in her volumes that the mind best learns when it asks itself a question and then answers it. So with that in mind, perhaps we should start delving into what a Charlotte Mason education is by asking some basic questions. Perhaps you are new to home teaching or interested in improving classroom learning. Perhaps you have asked yourself some questions … Continue reading What is a Charlotte Mason Education? Questions Answered 1.
“The consequence of truth is great; therefore the judgment of it must not be negligent.” WHICHCOTE. Children are born persons. They are not born either good or bad, but with possibilities for good and evil. The principles of authority on the one hand and obedience on the other, are natural, necessary and fundamental; but— These principles are limited by the respect due to the personality … Continue reading 18 Principles from Volumes 1-5