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Who was Charlotte Mason?

There are many resources that teach about Charlotte Mason. Personally, I enjoy reading her own words the most. She seems like someone I would have enjoyed conversing with because she had opinions that were well-reasoned with respect to the science of her day, and she was an advocate for children’s rights. 201 more words

Charlotte Mason

Why Choose a CM Education?

“Science is not only a disciple of reason but, also, one of romance and passion.” – Stephen Hawking

If you take the time to research the best private schools in the country, you can get a good sense for what is highly valued in educational programs by our society today.

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Charlotte Mason

Philosophy of Education and Teaching

As a future teacher I want to be able to try and make a difference for the lives of the young people we teach. Being a teacher requires a lot of pressure as you are teaching other peoples children in hopes of them accomplishing their dreams and goals in life. 748 more words

Philosophy Of Education

Higher Education for What?

I ended last semester with this question on my mind: “Higher education for what?” As I watched my students prepare to walk across the university stage to receive that long awaited diploma, the question provoked its way into my thoughts. 1,351 more words

What's the point of school?

After one week of my PGCE I sat with a group of people who I barely knew and was asked what my ‘philosophy of education’ was.   468 more words

Education

Why should vocational subjects have no place on the school curriculum?

This is the second in a series of three posts in which I am setting out in more detail my views on academic and vocational subjects on the secondary school curriculum. 1,579 more words

Knowledge And Curriculum

The KD Style and Philosophy of Education

THE KD PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION

Current trends in education (even Christian education at all levels) are polarized. We are in a battle of either/or. Tuition and admission is either over-priced and elitist, or the classrooms are dysfunctional and chaotic and violent. 1,079 more words

Methods Of Education