"My family and I spent a week in N. Myrtle Beach a week ago, and this coming Tuesday I'll be heading back that way for the SCL conference in Charleston. Looking forward to drinking up all the information and inspiration I possibly can…"
"I would wholeheartedly join in reading/discussing the Republic this summer. That is something I have read in bits and pieces also, and have wanted (for several years now) to read it in its entirety.
a group for discussions surrounding not only the best way to appropriate tech without compromising the tenets of classical education but also a place to discuss & share the latest tech that we have found useful in our classroomsSee More
This group aims to foster a rousing exchange of ideas around the topics we all enjoy by reading through a book over a reasonable time-period (busy teachers, don't be put off!) and responding to wide-open discussion prompts from rotating sponsors.Katrina Combs is leading our second book discussion. Find out more details here and…See More
I am a wife, a mother of six children ranging in age from 8-21, a violinist in my spare time (I make time for that!), and a follower of Christ, hopefully a servant of His. I homeschooled our older 4 children for 7 years and loved the classical approach, totally excited to discover it as the lost-treasure-finally-recovered that it is. I had maintained a violin teaching studio in the evenings, playing in various orchestras part-time, when the opportunity presented itself for me to teach academics at Acacia. At last I have found my true niche, and am passionate about teaching in a classical, Christian setting! I have many, many things to learn, but am thrilled to be walking this fascinating path and exploring the wonderful terrain of intellectual and spiritual inspiration, observing and mulling over conversation carried on through centuries by great minds.
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