Today I had the privilege of sharing my thoughts with Classical Homeschool community leaders over at the Schole Group blog about how to help families who are new to Classical Education. Here is an excerpt.
“Whenever we get people together around Classical Education, one thing we can always count on is that we are all at different places on that journey, and we represent a plethora of diverse experiences. This dynamic adds interest, new perspectives, and beauty to a community, but it also presents challenges.
One of the questions that comes up frequently from leaders of classical education communities is, “If someone is brand new to Classical Education and joins our community, how will that go and how do we help them begin to ‘get’ classical education?” This is a great question, and I would like to speak directly to homeschool community leaders about it.
Let’s be honest—leading a classical homeschool community is challenging regardless of how rewarding it is. Not only is there a lot of work involved, but there are a lot of ideals involved as well. We have this beautiful and high goal of cultivating wisdom and….” …. Keep Reading