More Charlotte Mason Education: A Home Schooling How-To Manual by Catherine LevisonMore Charlotte Mason Education: A Home Schooling How-To Manual by Catherine Levison

More Charlotte Mason Education: A Home Schooling How-To Manual

byCatherine Levison

Paperback | November 1, 2000

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Thousands of home educators benefited from the practical ideas contained in Catherine Levison's primer, A Charlotte Mason Education. Now Catherine takes an in-depth journey offering even more ideas for implementing the popular methods of Charlotte Mason into home schooling. In this concise and practical guide, Levison presents the key points of Charlotte Mason's methods as contained in her six-volume series. A perfect companion to her first book, More Charlotte Mason Education will continue to guide your family down an enjoyable and successful path of home schooling.'Catherine [did] and excellent job of conveying Charlotte Mason's ideas in a user friendly format. Quoting frequently from Mason's work, Levison explains and clarifies Mason's ideas while also adding her own ideas resulting from her years of experience teaching this way in a home schooling setting. I found these books extremely practical and thoughtful.' - Cathy Duffy, author of the Christian Home Educators' Curriculum Manuals'After providing an excellent 'how-to manual' for the different school subjects in her first book, A Charlotte Mason Education, Catherine Levison has expanded on it in her new book, More Charlotte Mason Education. In this book Levison tackles some important issues that Charlotte Mason users encounter. My favorites include: What are the Liberal Arts? How Short Lessons are Applied and High School. She closes the book with helpful guidelines for further study.' - Maggie Dail, MA, Master Teacher of a Charlotte Mason School, Education Consultant of Master Enterprises Learning Center'In More Charlotte Mason Education, Catherine shares at a deeper level... hints, practical how-to's, inspiring quotations, and the rich and uplifting philosophy for which this approach to education has become well known. She shares with us the depth of her understanding onthe many aspects of education she has experienced. The section on coping strategies for crises shows me that she is speaking from what she has learned from the lessons of life. Not only does she empathize, but she makes me feel comfortable with doing what needs to be done just to live, while still nurturing my children.' - Tina Farewell, Lifetime Books & Gifts

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Catherine Levison has over a decade of home schooling experience. The mother of five, and a grandmother, Catherine is a popular teacher and lecturer.
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Title:More Charlotte Mason Education: A Home Schooling How-To ManualFormat:PaperbackDimensions:208 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.49 inPublished:November 1, 2000Publisher:SourcebooksLanguage:English

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from jam-packed with a great amount of helpful advice I am happy to report this book is better written than the first of Levison's How-To books (there are two, this is her second one), plus there is much less Christian rhetoric in this second book. And it does provide wonderful condensed information about the Charlotte Mason's method of teaching. Levison offers lots of great advice on how to implement Mason's system, while providing wonderful quotes from Mason's written work from Charlotte Mason's Original Homeschooling Series . From reading both of Levison's how-to books, I feel I have a solid understanding of this method and can begin to successfully start teaching with this style. I'm also very inspired to read Charlotte Mason's original work, which I have just ordered on-line. There is one major downside to Levison's books though. I am quite shocked that these mainstream (somewhat) published books (which both Chapters and Amazon sell on-line) can be full of such unprofessional opinions which fill many of the pages inside. Let me preview one of my favourites, an excerpt from the Coping Strategies chapter from More Charlotte Education, pg 110: "Pack our bullet proof vest and proceed. Spend as much time as they allow. Mingle with the students and observe the teachers interacting with a classroom. I've done this several times and the outcome is always an overwhelming sense of confidence in my ability to educate my children. I often return from these visits saying, "If I can't do a better job with both hands tied behind my back and drunk then there's something wrong with me." Is this an appropriate thing to write?! I think not! I know she was probably just trying to be funny, but still! However, given all these opinions from the author, of which I mostly disagree with, I do enjoy Levison's writing style and I do like her. If you can positively skip over those extremely unprofessional, highly opinionated parts, then I recommend this book simply for the amazing amount of great advice on how to follow the Charlotte Mason method, and homeschooling in general. I'm excited to begin Mason's original work, and I feel that I now have a solid background to digest her writings (which are supposed to be quite intense).
Date published: 2008-04-19

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1:Charlotte Mason the Person
Chapter 2:An Overview of the Charlotte Mason Method
Chapter 3:What are the Liberal Arts?
Chapter 4:How Short Lessons are Applied
Chapter 5:Segment Planning
Chapter 6:Keeping a Century Book
Chapter 7:A Sample Term
Chapter 8:Curriculum Choosing
Chapter 9:High School
Chapter 10:Coping Strategies
Chapter 11:Book Selection
Chapter 12:Charlotte Mason Method in the Classroom
Chapter 13:Questions and Answers
-Learning Styles
-Frugal Home Schooling
-Avoiding Twaddle
-Charlotte Mason Support Groups
Chapter 14:For Further Study
-Sample Schedules
-Book and Supply List
-Recommended Books and Resources
-Charlotte Mason Parents' Resources