In Vital Harmony Book Study
with Karen Glass
"Sound principles that are old may easily be laid on the shelf and forgotten, unless in each successive generation a few industrious people can be found who will take the trouble to draw them forth from the storehouse."
Thomas Rooper's dedication to Charlotte Mason in Educational Studies and Addresses
What: Online teaching and live discussion about In Vital Harmony, plus access to discussion space outside of class for six weeks with author Karen Glass
- Purchase the book and be prepared to read two chapters per week
- Access Canvas for students via the web or app (link will be provided)
- Attend live lectures and join online group discussion
Who: This study is for both homeschoolers and classroom teachers who want a comprehensive and cohesive understanding of Charlotte Mason's educational philosophy, with a special focus on the principles she adhered to. This is for anyone who wants to consider the natural laws of education and how practices can be built around principles.
Class Limit: Places are limited so we can all participate in discussion.
Course Dates: Thursday evenings, September 22-October 27, (Live event, recording accessible for one week if missed)
Time: 6:00pm-7:00PM (CST) CENTRAL TIME
Cost: $49, non-refundable
Week 1 - Ch. 1, The Principle Thing and Ch. 2, No Matter How Small
Week 2 - Ch. 3, The Captain Idea, and Ch. 4, Finely Wrought Metal
Week 3 - Ch. 5, Heaven's First Law and Ch. 6, Due Respect
Week 4 - Ch. 7, A Spiritual Octopus, and Ch. 8, Know Thyself
Week 5 - Ch. 9 How Shall We Than Teach, and Ch. 10 Bathing in the Jordan
Week 6 - Ch. 11,12, and 13, Daily Bread: Knowledge of God, Man, Universe
About the Teacher
Karen Glass is a homeschool mother who has taught her four children through graduation and spent over two decades delving into educational philosophy, beginning with Charlotte Mason and extending to classical educators throughout history. She has a B.A. in English, but her real education has been self-education, and her passion for education has led her to write several books, including Consider This: Charlotte Mason and The Classical Tradition, Mind to Mind (an abridgement of Charlotte Mason's Philosophy of Education), Know and Tell: The Art of Narration, In Vital Harmony: Charlotte Mason and the Natural Laws of Education, and A Thinking Love: Studies in Charlotte Mason's Home Education.
Sep 22 - Oct 27th, 2022
Thu for 6 weeks from 6:00 - 7:00 pm
For more info, call us at 940-784-3081