The fourth interview in the Ultimate Guide to Homeschool Methods I got to chat with one of my very favorite people, Jennifer Dow from Expanding Wisdom. Jennifer is a joy, because she makes me think about life, education, and being a more virtuous person every single time we talk.
Listen to the Interview
Resources From the Interview
- The Big Book of Home Learning : Getting Started: Introduces All Major Home School Methods & Answers Your Most Frequently Asked Questions
- How to Speak How to Listen
- The Well-Trained Mind: A Guide to Classical Education at Home (Third Edition)
- Classical Conversations
- Circe Institute
- Circe Apprenticeship Program
- Looping: Task Management for the (Recovering) Type-A Mom
- The Liberal Arts Tradition
- Consider This: Charlotte Mason and the Classical Tradition
- Memoria Press
- Classical Academic Press
- A Guide to Teaching Classically
Other Classical Resources and Blogs
- An Introduction to Classical Education
- The Core
- Scholé Sisters
- Simply Convivial
- Mt. Hope Chronicles
- Sandbox to Socrates
The minute and second mark to find the following topics.
- 1:10 – Jennifer’s classical education journey.
- 6:40 – What has most influenced Jennifer’s decision to give her children a classical education.
- 7:40 – What is difficult about teaching classically?
- 9:40 – What a typical day looks like in Jennifer’s home.
- 16:27 – How to give yourself grace as a classical educator.
- 21:59 – Why Jennifer thinks classical education is the best way for children to learn.
- 24:27 – How to get started with classical education without being overwhelmed.
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