Learning to Think with William Bortins

Are you looking for a free place to think? Are you tired of hearing a scripted point of view read by an empty body? Our culture is saturated with noise: clickbait headlines, news narratives, political movements, and more. All of these distractions have taught us what to think not how to think. This show hosts conversations with individuals who have demonstrated their ability to sift through the noise and express counter cultural ideas with practical applications.

Practicalities of Practicum, Part 2 Everyday Educator

If you want all the information on Practicum 2024, listen to Part 2 of the conversation between Jill Philbrick and Lisa Bailey.  You’ll discover  how to discover God in math, how to model the skills of learning math for your kids, how to become part of the “greater conversation”, and how to redeem your own education in ways you might not imagine.  Exploring The Math Map in community will be an investment that pays dividends!   Learn more about the Copper Lodge Library at copperlodgelibrary.com.
  1. Practicalities of Practicum, Part 2
  2. The Practicalities of Practicum, Part 1
  3. Bonus Time: What to Do When Community Days Are Done
  4. Assessing the Year by Celebrating the Student
  5. Celebrating Milestones the Classical Way

Classical Conversations Podcast

Classical Conversations supports homeschooling parents by cultivating the love of learning through a Christian worldview in fellowship with other families. We believe there are three keys to a great education: classical, Christian, and Community.