Nov 29, 2021
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.
I am a certified Texas Public School teacher who thrived...
Nov 22, 2021
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...
Nov 15, 2021
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...
Nov 8, 2021
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.
Nov 3, 2021
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.