Dual Enrollment? Concurrent Enrollment? is an article written by Linda Tomkinson. We hope you enjoy the audio!
Raising Imaginative Children is an article written by Lisa Bailey. We hope you enjoy the audio!
Homeschooling Through Every Season is an article written by Cara McLauchlan. We hope you enjoy the audio!
This particular audio is based from an article written by Marc Hays. The article demonstrates a socratic dialogue read in parts. We hope you enjoy the article!
CCMM's Math in Motion 2nd edition will be coming next year. In order to help us think more about music and math, here is a podcast done by your CCMM education team. We hope you enjoy the audio!
Making a Home for the Holidays is an article written by Ruth Holleran. We hope you enjoy the audio. You can also read the article here.
The Truth about Thanksgiving is an article written by Courtney Sanford. We hope you enjoy the audio. You can also read the article here!
We finally made it! Through the prologue... But it was worth it. Please listen in to our discussion on the 3rd section of David Hicks prologue to his thoughtful and inspiring book Norms and Nobility. We know you will be encouraged through this discussion!
What Potlucks Teach Us About Choosing Curriculum is written by Rachel Brown. We hop you enjoy the audio!
Ready to keep tackling David Hicks' Norms and Nobility? Well, we are going slow and still talking about the prologue in this second episode on Hicks' intriguing treatise of education. What is the difference between prescriptive and descriptive education? Normative or analytical? Join this episode as members of the CCMM education team wrestle and struggle through the intro of Norms and Nobility.
Listen in to this special episode about playing with numbers. Are you curious about math sense? Do you want to learn more about numbers? This episode also includes Nation Number Knockout guru Elisabeth Webber and 2017 N2K winner Ethan Gates!
Be sure to tune into this wonderful episode! Matt Bianco interviews Dr. Kopff on the Classics and Latin.
Dr. Kopff has taught at the University of Colorado, Boulder since 1973. For about five of the last thirty years he has lived in Rome, Italy, teaching and studying. He is editor of a critical edition of the Greek text of Euripides' Bacchae (Teubner, 1982) and author of over 100 articles and reviews on scholarly, pedagogical and popular topics. He currently works with the Classics Department of the University of Urbino, Italy on ancient Greek lyric poetry.
He is a Fellow of the American Academy in Rome and has been awarded grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities and the CU Committee on Research. His book, The Devil Knows Latin: Why America Needs the Classical Tradition is widely cited in the new Classical Education movement.
Dr. Kopff is the founding faculty father of the CU-Boulder Honors Journal, which is the elite undergraduate publication for the university. He is winner of the Jacob Van Ek Mentor Award, the Faculty Essay Award of the CU Graduate School Committee on the Arts and Humanities, and two-time winner of the SOAR Award (Student Organization for Alumni Relations. To win this award twice is a very exceptional accomplishment).
Do you have insecurities about teaching math? Do you feel like you are not a "math person"? Well we want to help! Join us on this episode as Lisa Bailey and Elisabeth Webber talk math and why learning to love math is like any journey worth having!
The Real Impact of Imagination is an article written by Stephanie Meter. We hope you enjoy the article. You can also read the article here.
Rhett Butler and Relationship Advice is written by Rachel Brown. We hope you enjoy the article. You can also read the article here.
Please join members of our Parent Education Team as they discuss the Prologue of David Hicks fascinating Treaty of Education, Norms and Nobility. We hope you enjoy the episode!
Join some of our CCMM team members as they discuss the blessings of small communities with Classical Conversations. We hope this episode brings you encouragement and inspiration as you continue on your classical educational journey
A Glorious Journey is an article written by Scott Whitaker. We hope you enjoy the article. You can also read the article here.
The Year of the Bold is an article written by Cara McLauchlan. We hope you enjoy the article. You can also read the article here.
Attorney Mike Smith is the President of HSLDA, an organization that he helped found in 1983. Established to protect the right of parents to teach their children at home, HSLDA now represents over 80,000 member families. Mike and his wife Elizabeth began homeschooling their children in 1981. He has been defending families for 28 years. Mike has been speaking to homeschool audiences for 23 years. His columns on home education appear regularly in the Washington Times, and he has been a guest on numerous television and radio programs, including Focus on the Family with Jim Dobson and Hannity and Colmes on Fox News. He believes that there is a revival taking place in America through the homeschool movement and that, through the second and third generation of homeschoolers, there is great potential to return America to its moral and religious foundation.
Join this week's CCMM episode as your host Caleb Skogen sits down with CEO of Classical Conversations Robert Bortins Jr. to discuss two new Scribblers products from CCMM. Robert authored both of the following products: Lily Stays for School and My CC ABCs. We hope you enjoy the show!
This article was written by Linda Tomkinson. We hope you enjoy the article. You can also read the article here.
Woo Your Reluctant Reader: Put Away the Books is an article written by Leslie Hubbard. We hope you enjoy the audio. You can also read the article here.
Although he was delivered from the manacles of slavery by the Emancipation Proclamation, Booker T. Washington knew that freedom was not free. In the Reconstruction-era South, he knew that in order to manage their freedom well and benefit from it fully, former slaves would have to undertake a lot of hard work. How does his experience compare to ours? One hundred fifty years later, is freedom free? Or does it still come at a cost? How can we manage and protect our freedom? And how does the study of the liberal arts help us do that? Listen as we discuss these questions and more!
Editors describe Jane Eyre, Charlotte Brontë's classic Gothic novel, as "a love story, an unlikely coming together of two people far apart in age and social situation, yet clearly meant for each other." Or are they? Listen in as we consider whether governess Jane and her master, Rochester, are well suited for each other. Whether you have had opportunity to read the novel or not, and whether your children are Scribblers or Challenge students, you are sure to enjoy the rich conversation.