Good Enough Homeschool S1 Ep 15

Becoming an Educational Architect. We think this is not only the best podcast in quality that we’ve recorded, but it’s also the most important one for you, the listener, to take to heart.

Booklist:

AJ Campbell- (AJC) Courtney Ostaff (CO) Jenn Naughton (JN)

Early Childhood
The Importance of Being Little by Erika Christakis (AJC)

What’s Going on in There?: How the Brain and Mind Develop in the First Five Years of Life by Lise Eliot (CO)

Science of Learning

Make It Stick by Peter Brown et al.  (AJC)

How Learning Happens: Seminal Works in Educational Psychology and What They Mean in Practice by Paul A. Kirschner and Carl Hendrick (CO)

Reading Instruction

Uncovering the Logic of English by Denise Eide (AJC)

Language at the Speed of Sight: How We Read, Why So Many Can’t, and What Can Be Done About It by Mark Seidenberg (CO)

Math Instruction

Knowing and Teaching Elementary Mathematics by Liping Ma (AJC) (JN)

The Number Sense: How the Mind Creates Mathematics by Stanislas Dehaene (CO)

Writing Instruction

The Writing Revolution by Judith C. Hochman and Natalie Wexler (AJC) (CO) (JN)

K-12 Homeschooling Guide

The Well-Trained Mind by Susan Wise Bauer (AJC) (CO) (JN)

Classical Education (Theory or History)

Climbing Parnassus by Tracy Lee Simmons (AJC)

Consider This: Charlotte Mason and the Classical Tradition by Karen Glass (CO) (JN)

More Books for the Avid Reader

Closing of the American Mind by Bloom (CO) paired with Excellent Sheep by William Deresiewicz  (CO) 

The Great Tradition by Richard Gamble (AJC)

Useful Posts:

https://goodenoughhomeschool.com/2019/12/01/5-good-books-on-the-why-of-classical-education/

https://goodenoughhomeschool.com/2019/11/23/5-good-books-on-knowing-things/

https://goodenoughhomeschool.com/2019/11/18/five-good-books-on-teaching-math/

People to Follow on Twitter for Solid Educational Info

Daniel Willingham @DTWillingham (AJ) (JN)

Right to Read Project @right2readproj (JN)

Tom Sherrington @teacherhead Curriculum Design (CO)

Harry Fletcher-Wood @HFletcherWood Habit training, “knowing what students know” (CO)
Michael Pershan @mpershan Math Instruction (CO)
Patrice Bain @PatriceBain1 implementing cognitive science at home (CO)
Timothy Shanahan @ReadingShanahan science of teaching reading (CO)
Oliver Lovell @ollie_lovell Cognitive Science in teaching (his podcast is fantastic) (CO)
Stephanie Ruston @Spell2Read how children learn to read (CO)
Jennifer Binis @JennBinis historian of education (CO) (JN)

Vesia @VesiaHawkins Black mother, grandmother, education & reading proponent (CO)
Emily Hanford @ehanford NPR journalist focused on cog sci of reading (CO)

Get Yourself a Plan!

The Well-Trained Mind by  Susan Wise Bauer and Jessie Wise (neoclassical)
https://www.amazon.com/Well-Trained-Mind-Classical-Education-Fourth/dp/0393253627/

Core Knowledge Sequence (K-8) – free download, free curriculum (public/charter)
https://www.coreknowledge.org/free-resource/core-knowledge-sequence/ 

CM Your Way Form Guides (Charlotte Mason)
https://cmplenary.com/product/curriculum-form-guides/

Other works mentioned:
Chetty, Friedman & Rokoff’s research on teacher effectiveness
https://www.nber.org/papers/w17699
The researchED Guide to the Curriculum
https://www.amazon.com/researchED-Guide-Curriculum-evidence-informed-teachers/dp/1912906384/

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