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- EP 00: Welcome to AfterCast!
- EP 01: Are Narration and Discussion Interchangeable?
- EP 02: Education is Enculturation
- EP 03: All Education is Self-Education
- EP 04: The Don’t Look Theory of Parenting
- EP 05: Possibility, Not Heredity
- RT 01: Observing Holy-Days with Eusebius
- EP 06: My Teacher, My Logos?
- EP 07: My Child Doesn’t Like X: Homeschooling Meets Resistance
- EP 08: The Best Kept Secret of Homeschooling
- EP 09: Are You Sabotaging Your Charlotte Mason Homeschool?
- EP 10: Music and the Poetry of Education
- EP 11: Far as the Curse is Found (Suffering and Holiness)
- EP 12: Starving Our Children
- IN 01: Let’s Talk About … Charlotte Mason History (with Karen Glass!)
- EP 13: The Use and Misuse of Charlotte Mason’s First Principle
- EP 14: Why Your Curriculum Should Include Hard Books
- EP 15: If it Ain’t Broke, Don’t Fix It
- EP 16: How to Help Your Children with Hard Books
- EP 17: What Did Charlotte Mason Mean by “Short Lessons?”
- EP 18: Putting the Generosity Back in Generous Education
- EP 19: How to Move Forward
- EP 20: Christian Conflict with the Inklings (with Brittney McGann)
- EP 21: How Education Is Like Sandpaper
- EP 22: A Living Reproduction of the Past
- EP 23: Learning How to Live
- EP 24: The Self-Education of Miss Charlotte Mason
- EP 25: At College with Charlotte Mason
- EP 26: A Note on Lectures at the Ambleside Teachers’ College
- EP 27: A Brief History of Charlotte Mason’s Mothers’ Education Course
- EP 28: Charlotte Mason’s Mothers’ Education Course: The Content
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