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As a Classical Education homeschooler I have pulled together a list of my favorite places to get inspired.
At the top of my “favorite classical education sites,” will be:
CC has had a place in our family for 8 years. I have personally Directed Foundations/Essentials for 6 of those years, 1 year as a Challenge A, and B Director. For the past 6 years I have spoken and trained speakers for our summer Practicum series. Needless to say, CC is at the top.
Classical Academic Press has an instructor/teacher/homeschooler site where you can be educated in all the Trivium. I’ve taken classes for logic, latin, classical literature, and the 7 laws of teaching. This site does have a monthly fee associated with it, but I have enjoyed all the classes so far.
The Circe Institute is full of helpful information for the classical educator. With 7 podcasts you could hardly get bored. A quarterly magazine full of encouragement and challenges. I have personally used The Lost Tools Of Writing curriculum in my Challenge A and B programs, and without a doubt, this is more than just a writing program. The LTW (for short) teaches students how to think using the 5 Common Topic in all areas of learning. This Institue will keep you busy for hours.
I only recently began listening to their podcast, but these ladies are a wealth of information and humor as they raise their own children in the classical tradition.
I have listed some of my favorite books here, and podcasts here. Make sure you check those out as well. Even as a CC Director I make sure to broaden my sphere of education as far as possible. Or as my sweet Practicum trainer says it is, “filling your copiousness,” that will add to all your interactions later.
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