The Latin-Centered Curriculum: A Homeschooler's Guide to a Classical Education
Andrew Campbell's new book, The Latin Centered Curriculum, gives teachers and parents an interesting and easy to read guide explaining classical education, how it came about, and who its major exponents are. In addition to a useful scope and sequence for how a Latin-centered classical education can be accomplished in a home or private school, Campbell explains why the cent...more
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If there is one area that I can't get on board with, its in the area of science. I can't get behind the notion of focusing mainly on nature studies for science until Grade 9! In this day and environment, I truly believe that a lack of STEM focused studies would be a great disse ...more
Awesome. I could do without the bible studies, but I expect that shit from homeschoolers, so I forgive them.
This book focuses on simplicity - both in the curriculum/book choices and the schedule. I prefer the first edition, as it relies more on living books. I love how the author includes music in the daily schedule, and the 1 hour of family reading, plus 30-60 minutes of silent reading for each child. But the best part of the book ...more