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by Leigh Bortins

Download Echo in Celebration: A Call to Home-Centered Education eBook
ISBN:
0979833302
Author:
Leigh Bortins
Publisher:
Classical Conversations Multi-Media (2007)
Pages:
124 pages
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Leigh Bortins' 1st easy-to-read book about the classical model and home-centered education! A great complement to The Core and those interested in Classical Conversations.

Leigh Bortins' 1st easy-to-read book about the classical model and home-centered education! A great complement to The Core and those interested in Classical Conversations.

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Echo in Celebration By: Leigh A. Bortins Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 130 Vendor: Classical Conversations Publication Date: 2014. Dimensions: . 8 X . 8 (inches) Weight: 7 ounces ISBN: 0979833302 ISBN-13: 9780979833304 Stock No: WW8767200. We offer thousands of quality curricula, workbooks, and references to meet your homeschooling needs. To assist you in your choices, we have included the following symbol next to those materials that specifically reflect a Christian worldview. If you have any questions about specific products, our knowledgeable Homeschool Specialists will be glad to help you.

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  • Questanthr
This short book does an excellent job of explaining the basics of classical education and why it is a good method of education. She also argues well for home based education and is an encouragement to parents (like me) that one can and will learn along side their children and that is a good thing.
  • Gabar
This is Leigh's greatest book. Much more digestible for busy homeschool parents.
  • Ces
Very good to explain Classical Education.
  • Yannara
Love Leigh bortons. Great hs book.
  • Cyregaehus
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It allowed me to realize that homeschooling is not perfect and the key to successful homeschooling is consistency. Leigh takes time to give a sample schedule for multiple-aged children. I can say as a classically-based homeschooling mother of one, I have struggled with time management and how much time I should spend teaching information. This is what I have found. Leigh has identified a subject that she will consistently drill and that is math. Yes, she drills her children endlessly 7 days a week on math. I love math and felt overwhelmed by this, but when discussing this with fellow classically-based homeschoolers, found that we all must find a subject where we drill but also remember to not take long breaks over the holidays. Do something. Rather it be a scaled down version of homeschool subjects. This book encouraged me immensely and I suggest that first time homeschoolers read this book.
  • Molace
I love, love LOVE this book. It was really different from what I was expecting and took a middle of the road approach between homeschool isolationism and public education. To be honest, most homeschooling books leave me feeling overwhelmed, but this has really excited me philosophically and energized me to show my kids an education and love of learning that comes from a love of life and a thirst for new experiences. It goes along with my desire which has been to teach them that life is an adventure - full of uncertainty, sometimes tragedy, beauty, and a need for an adventuresome spirit. I would HIGHLY recommend the book for anyone doing homeschooling whether you choose the classical route or not.
  • Doulkree
A lot of this information was already present in the latter book by Bortins, The Core, but this was a shorter read. Good for someone considering the classical style or home education.