This is what I sent to the conference directors when I first proposed the talk:
Charlotte Mason said that at the end of a child’s education, it doesn’t matter how much a youth knows but rather how much he cares and how many orders of things he cares about. This was a revolutionary idea for her time, yet completely in line with the Christian classical tradition. In this session, we will discuss the development of affinities, why they are central to a true education, and what we can do to help order our students’ affections.
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Yes, that’s right. 🙂 I’m putting this talk — and my plan is to eventually put all three talks, though the other two are more complicated — into the store. The price is Pay What You Want. Why? Well, some of you told me I shouldn’t be giving so much away for free, but I still remember what it was like to feel like I couldn’t afford much of anything at all, so this is my compromise. You can pay for it … or not … up to you. 🙂 Either way, the store will make it easy to get it from me to your inbox.
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