Know and Tell: The Art of Narration | Mere Motherhood: Morning Times, Nursery Rhymes, & My Journey Toward Sanctification | The Living Page: Keeping Notebooks with Charlotte Mason | A Philosophy of Education (The Home Education Series) (Volume 6) | Home Education (The Home Education Series) (Volume 1) | The Liberal Arts Tradition | For the Children's Sake
The classical tradition as it informs teaching is good not because it is old or “classical,” but because it works; and what works, whether old or new, is best. That’s the Mason message admirably conveyed by [Karen] Glass. —David V. Hicks
Classical education is an education of the heart and conscience as much as it is an education of the mind. This book explores the classical emphasis on formation of character and links Charlotte Masons ideas to the thinkers of the past. This is not a “how to” book about education, but a “why to” book that will bring clarity to many of the ideas you already know about teaching and learning.
“I thought that my fire for heart education could not be further stoked; I was mistaken. Karen Glass has here laid out the thrilling joy of education, for both the teacher and the taught.”—Michelle Miller, author of the TruthQuest History series
“From the very beginning I couldn't put it down! What a gem!”—Sonya Shafer of Simply Charlotte Mason
“Karen says everything I would have loved to say about education in a clear, understandable, and easy to read style. It is the missing link between what we call Classical Education and the Charlotte Mason approach.”—Cindy Rollins, contributor at The CiRCE Institute
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