And we’re back with our second podcast about secular classical homeschooling. This time we begin with this question:
How did you handle that so you didn’t end up feeling like a terrible parent?
You’ll have to listen in for our answers. It’s tricky for sure.
We also talked about more complete curriculum recommended on Facebook and why that may or may not be a great idea if you are new to the home education environment. Within that discussion Courtney mentioned The Overton Window and said,” when the discourse shifts because the limits of acceptability shift, is something I think a lot about in homeschooling.” Follow the link to read more on that. The Let’s Go Learn tests can be found here.
And then we talked about TorchLight. Although parts of are excellent- Right Start Math for instance. As a whole it isn’t for us. We recommend these books:
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Also if you want to outsource some Classical Ed we love WTMA:
We know how to reel in our bookish homeschool people. We’ve been haphazard about blogging, and in these pandemic times, we’re worried about your new homeschoolers. Join us weekly to here all the tips and tricks we’ve learned over the years. Episode 1 of our new podcast is ready for your listening enjoyment. Please sit back and let us school you on the finer and broader points of home education. Courtney Ostaff and Jen Naughton are a part of the old guard of secular homeschooling. In this episode, you will hear our origin stories into the educational world of Secular, Classical Homeschooling. Jenn and Courtney are two experienced homeschoolers who practice classical, secular homeschooling. Jenn’s been doing this since 2001, and Courtney has been homeschooling since 2014. Using their experience and expertise, they cheerfully eviscerate popular recommendations and curricula. Join them to hear what they consider the good, the bad, and the ugly.