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It’s time for Compass Classroom’s Spring Sale! A few times a year, the lowest prices are out — this is one of those times!
I also like Old Western Culture … for me. What can I say? I am a Wes Callihan fan!
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A funny thing happened this week. One of my children informed me that whenever he is scared, he just imagines one of the paintings he has stored in his mind through our years of picture study. It reminded me of how human is our education. We are serving the humanity of these children of ours, regardless of what their future careers might be. When give them things that strengthen, and we never know when they will draw on them.
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This month in 2015:
It’s still true: a big mistake I’ve seen over the years is emphasizing the first principle over and above (or even to the exclusion of) other principles.
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This week’s links collection:
- The Strange Persistence of Guilt from The Hedgehog Review
- “[Freud] sought to release the patient from guilt’s crushing hold by disarming and setting aside guilt’s moral significance, and re-designating it as just another psychological phenomenon, whose proper functioning could be ascertained by its effects on one’s more general well-being. He sought to “demoralize” guilt by treating it as a strictly subjective and emotional matter.”
- 7 Assets and Liabilities of an INFP Homeschool Mom from Little Drops of Water
- I loved this, maybe especially because I’m raising an INFP daughter…
- Pedagogy of the Distracted from Commonweal Magazine
- “Rather than functioning as a sanctuary from our age’s frantic consumption of media, Baker’s school district has embraced it wholesale, and the results speak for themselves. The students are as distracted in the classroom as they are anywhere else.”
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