SS #03: The Wonder-Based Classical Co-op
Pam is not only my co-host in this one, but she’s also the guest this time around. That’s because I really wanted to hear more about her classical co-op and all the changes they have made over the years and how those have come about. Since I don’t have a co-op myself, what I really wanted to do was listen and learn — and Pam was full of great lessons, that’s for sure! Get ready to be inspired to continue to learn and grow and allow that process to bear fruit in other endeavors, such as co-ops.
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Listen to the podcast:
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- Scholé RDA
- Brandy: Jan/Feb issue of Modern Reformation magazine
- Pam: The Tempest
- Topical Discussion: How Scholé Can Move a Co-0p from Less Wonder to More Wonder
- Classical Conversations
- The Core by Leigh Bortins
- Classically Catholic Memory
- For the Children’s Sake
- Dr. Christopher Perrin
- The Liberal Arts Tradition
- Brandy’s blog series on The Liberal Arts Tradition
- Story of the World
- Pam’s guest post on Brandy’s blog
- Classical Education — Beginning in Wonder, Ending in Wisdom by Laura Berquist
- Dr. Perrin’s Five Senses Inventory
- The Homegrown Preschooler
- Nitty Gritty Homeschool Question
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