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Charlotte Mason Poetry is dedicated to promoting Charlotte Mason’s living ideas. We strive to share an authentic interpretation of Mason’s life work through a combination of original and vintage articles by a wide variety of authors. Our team draws from and transcribes many rare and wonderful documents from the PNEU many of which cannot be found anywhere else on the web.
 
Welcome to the Charlotte Mason Show a podcast dedicated to discussing Miss Mason’s philosophy, principles, and methods. It is our hope that each episode will leave you inspired and offer practical wisdom on how to provide this rich living education in your modern homeschool. On Wednesdays you can listen in on discussions with Charlotte Mason mammas, interviews with seasoned homeschool parents, and even CM 101 classes. On Fridays, you can get a weekend boost of encouragement with audioblogs r ...
 
Through twice monthly conversations, three moms who have studied the Charlotte Mason method of education and put her ideas into practice in their homes join together to share with one another for the benefit of listeners by giving explanations of Mason's principles and examples of those principles put into practice out of their own teaching experience. These short discussions aim at providing information, support, and encouragement for others by unfolding the myriad aspects.
 
The New Mason Jar with Cindy Rollins explores the application of Charlotte Mason’s philosophy to the atmosphere, discipline, and life of our homes and schools. We cover Charlotte’s timeless principles as they work themselves out in our real and modern lives. Interviewing seasoned moms who have cherished Charlotte’s works while raising real children in real families, we endeavor to lay a foundation of hope and possibility for our listeners. However imperfectly.
 
We are reading and discussing the Home Education Series by Charlotte Mason. We are currently on Vol 1 - Home Education. Episodes are released on Monday. (https://charlottemasoninspired.com/?affcode=73637_bd8e2fs1) We were a part of the 1st Charlotte Mason Online Convention. You can purchase access to all the courses for $25 HERE (https://www.charlottemasonconf.com/?affcode=73637_bd8e2fs1). If you would like to sign up for email updates, click here (https://mailchi.mp/73e7ff0be7d7/episodenoti ...
 
For many years now, Afterthoughts has been a sort of intellectual watering hole for classical, Charlotte Mason homeschooling mamas. At Afterthoughts, we have spent over a decade nourishing our minds on theology, educational philosophy, and a million other books and subjects thrown in – all the while bringing these ideas into a direct collision course with our daily lives. As an audio companion, this podcast is a chance to hear Afterthoughts blog posts rather than read them. Couple that with ...
 
Listen to Charlotte Mason's volumes! Read aloud by Min Hwang, a long-time student of Charlotte Mason and a home-educator of 6 precious children, and Amanda Coleman, a Charlotte Mason homeschool mom of 5 beautiful children and missionary in Ethiopia. This podcast is a ministry of Life-giving Motherhood, a nonprofit committed to nurturing Gospel-reliant moms, around the word, as they grow a legacy of faith - one habit at a time. Find Min and Amanda at www.lifegivingmotherhood.org and on Instag ...
 
From the CiRCE Institute, this re-freshed version of The Mason Jar will feature a variety of voices that hope to explore the intersection of Charlotte Mason's important work with the application of classical thought, primarily (but not necessarily exclusively) within the context of home-education. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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And what a barren and dry land should we dwell in if our spirits were narrowed to the limits of that which we can comprehend! Where we err is in supposing that mystery is confined to our religion, that everything else is obvious and open to our understanding: whereas the great things of life, birth, death, hope, love, patriotism, why a leaf is gree…
 
Editor’s Note: Doreen Russo was educated at the Charlotte Mason College, formerly the House of Education. She later described how this training left an indelible mark upon her life: I think, in a way, we took the College with us when we left to teach… the syllabus and timetables… which we worked in the Practising … The post A Philosophy of Educatio…
 
Episode summary Foreign Language can be a challenge for many of us, but it doesn’t have to be! Suzanne Gose talks with Julie Ross about the value of a second language for children and how to approach teaching it with Miss Mason’s methods. Guest biography I am a certified Texas Public School teacher who thrived on teaching in the public school syste…
 
Term examinations in Charlotte Mason's schools were mandatory. This re-release of our 2017 podcast episode explores the purpose of examinations, what was covered, and how we evaluate our child's performance, with a slight update from what we've learned over the last four years.
 
If you don't already know Tim and Chris Willard you are in for a treat! This fabulous pair share grace and beauty through their words and images whilst writing books, raising daughters, and home educating. Keep an eye out for Tim's new book early next year.You can follow them here: https://www.instagram.com/timothywillard & here: https://www.instag…
 
Editor’s Note, by Dawn Tull As part of the special “Baby Number” edition of the Parents’ Review issued in July 1917, Mrs. Howard (Ella) Glover, the founder of Music Appreciation in the PNEU, wrote an article about musical ear training for the youngest children. Other articles in this “Baby Number” included: Religious Training at Home … The post Mus…
 
Episode summary Why is it valuable to have a foundational theory of education in our homeschools? And what are the outcomes that we can see in students as we follow this theory? Julie Ross and Shay Kemp discuss this and other important topics to consider from Chapter 1 of Volume 6, A Philosophy of Education in this series of Virtual Book Club discu…
 
And, Mary, seeking meekly for direction, asked ‘how shall this be after the wont of men?’ and she was shewn how, by the immediate power of God Most High, the Child should be born, holy, the Son of God; and Mary, not knowing what all this might mean to her, cried ‘Behold the handmaid of the Lord, be it to me according to Thy word.’ Charlotte Mason, …
 
Editor’s Note by Richele Baburina An artist awakens with a start to the bright glow enveloping her London studio. She rushes to the window and can barely believe her eyes. Snow! Without a thought to her appearance, she flings on her coat and hastens out the door—grabbing her paint box and easel on the way. … The post The Teaching of Drawing first a…
 
Episode summary Plutarch and Shakespeare can both be intimidating, but they don’t have to be when you have an understanding of the benefits they bring to your homeschool! Julie talks with Rachel Lebowitz of A Charlotte Mason Plenary about why it is relevant and valuable to include their writings, and ways to make it easier for your family to use th…
 
I think all that I have written is still true, but I would emphasize habit and so-on less; child-mind, no, because a child has as much mind as the rest of us. Charlotte Mason, In a letter to Henrietta Franklin Show Summary: Today’s guest is Maria Bell, homeschool mother of 4 What is your story of coming to discover Charlotte Mason? What was Charlot…
 
What do you think of when you hear the word Montessori? Perhaps you imagine a room specifically designed for children, with small carpets and special shelves filled with activities. Perhaps you think of a carefully structured method to learn mathematics, reading, and even chores and crafts. Perhaps you envision a teacher following precise guideline…
 
Episode summary Chronic illness can be an unexpected challenge that makes many aspects of life more difficult, as today’s guest Carrie Ballentine talks about with Julie Ross. She addresses the effects on homeschooling alongside daily pain and what lessons she has learned in this season. Guest biography Throughout Carrie’s life, God has been teachin…
 
Did Charlotte Mason advocate the common notion of "mastery before moving on?" Liz, Emily, and Nicole discuss this popular idea and, based on Miss Mason's principles, the cases when moving on with or without mastery of a subject are beneficial for the student.
 
Insofar we are laying ourselves out to secure that each shall “live his life”; and that, not at his neighbor’s expense; because, so wonderful is the economy of the world that when a man really lives his life he benefits his neighbor as well as himself; we all thrive in the well-being of each. Charlotte Mason, a Philosophy of Education, Vol. 6 Show …
 
Episode summary The challenge of moving can bring chaos to the whole family, and throwing homeschooling into the mix is a recipe for complete overwhelm! In this episode, Julie talks with Ana Willis about how she tackled this challenge with her own family and how to make it manageable for parents and children. Guest biography Ana is a wife and homes…
 
Editor’s Note: Geraldine Downton was a student at Charlotte Mason’s House of Education in the late 1920s.[1] She took a special interest in nature study, and excerpts from her nature notes were published in several issues of The Parents’ Review in the following decade.[2] By 1936, she was on the staff of the House of … The post The Charm of Nature …
 
Join host Julie Ross as she shares a Q&A session from the beginning of the year. She will answer such questions as "what if my child doesn’t like the book we are reading?" and "how do we find our rhythm?" and more. Want to know more about the Charlotte Mason method? Go to agentlefeast.com and click on “LEARN MORE” to receive a FREE 4 introduction d…
 
Many homeschoolers are inspired by Charlotte Mason’s emphasis on nature study, living books, and narration. However, it can be difficult to envision what this emphasis would look like in high school. Does the Charlotte Mason method lose its distinctive features when teaching older teens? Or do Mason’s ideas have a unique application in the final … …
 
A Charlotte Mason education is grounded in principles of teaching, not just products. This is critical in the area of writing, whether handwriting or written composition. Since writing is essential, enjoy this re-release of our original show with some new preliminary comments.
 
Today’s guest is Liz Wetzel, mother of 5 and Charlotte Mason co-op leader How Liz found the need for a learning community that was sustainable How Liz came to know about Charlotte Mason’s philosophy Why Liz’s family left Classical Conversations for something else What happened when Liz started a Charlotte Mason reading group How Liz structured thei…
 
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