Hi friends! Happy Friday!
Just wanted to remind you about the "Exams in the Charlotte Mason Homeschool" webinar I'll be doing for the Learning How to Live community this coming Tuesday at 8pm Eastern. If you haven't signed up yet but were planning to, please head over there to get yourself on the list!
I'm really excited about the chance to chat on this topic in a live audio/video format. If you've been around my blog for any length of time, you know this is an area of passion and interest for me. And thanks to the flexibility of the platform, I'll have the chance to get into more detail than I've been able to before!
Just to give you a peek at some of the topics I'll be covering:
:: how exams looked in the PNEU, especially in light of the culture of English schools at the time
:: the inspiring vision for exams from the volumes, Parents Review articles, the programmes and examination booklets themselves, and more gems from the archives
:: specific ways that exam questions change through the Forms and what that tells us about the intellectual development of our students, the curriculum we offer them, and the methods we use
:: a clear articulation of principles from her approach and how we can carry over that mindset into our own homes
:: nitty-gritty suggestions toward creating and implementing exams with your children
:: the tremendously fruitful process of assessment, and strategies for applying what we learn through that process to benefit our homeschools
:: common difficulties and reservations, and options for troubleshooting those
I have pulled examples to share from our term exams through the years, and am looking forward to answering the questions I have received so far -- and am up for more as well! And, of course, the workshop will feature a healthy dose of real-life experience, because as a mom of eight very different children, that's where I'm coming from. ;)
I'm hoping it will be valuable to both newbies and veterans alike.
If you'd like to sign up, now's the time! Registration will close on Monday. Head over to Learning How to Live for more information.