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Charlotte Mason Show

Julie Ross & Jeannie Fulbright

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Welcome to the Charlotte Mason Show, a podcast dedicated to discussing Miss Mason’s philosophy, principles, and methods. It is our hope that each episode will leave you inspired and offer practical wisdom on how to provide this rich living education in your modern homeschool. On Mondays, you can listen in on discussions with Charlotte Mason mamas, interviews with seasoned homeschool parents, and even CM 101 classes. Make sure to subscribe so you never miss an episode! Pull up a chair, we are ...
 
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In today’s episode, Julie Ross is expanding upon Charlotte Mason’s teachings on the habit of thought. As the thermostats of our homes, we set the temperatures for our families. If our mindsets are not in the right place, we can expect it to impact our children and our homeschools. Join Julie for today’s discussion, and learn how to get out of your …
 
Living books are a vital and necessary part of a living education. They are full of ideas and personality that sparks the imagination, imparting interest in the subject, and building a love for learning. But how do you know if a book is a living book? How do you tell a living from a dead book? Jeannie Fulbright shares the way you can tell almost im…
 
Julie and Shay are back with another installment of their virtual book club! In this episode, they discuss Chapter 4 of Charlotte Mason’s A Philosophy of Education entitled Authority and Docility. Their discussion of these qualities may not be what you are expecting! Host biography Julie H. Ross believes that every child needs a feast of living ide…
 
Welcome to Season 6 of The Charlotte Mason Show! In this episode, Julie Ross sits down with long-time homeschooler and curriculum author Jeannie Fulbright to discuss what first led Jeannie to the Charlotte Mason method. Now that Jeannie is an empty-nester, she shares about the exciting resources she is creating for the homeschool community. Make su…
 
As we prepare for season six of The Charlotte Mason Show, we are bringing back a few of our most popular episodes in a midseason mini-series! In this podcast, Julie talks with Leah Boden about: - How she came to the simplicity of Charlotte Mason’s methods - Ways to face the challenges of comparing your homeschool to others - Feeling overwhelmed - T…
 
As we prepare for season six of The Charlotte Mason Show, we are bringing back a few of our most popular episodes in a midseason mini-series! Don't miss this week's replay with Cindy West of Our Journey Westward. Cindy West helps us to understand the connection between brain training and a Charlotte Mason education. In this conversation, we dive in…
 
Join Julie Ross and Shay Kemp as they discuss the end of Chapter 3 of A Philosophy of Education by Charlotte Mason. Host biography Julie H. Ross believes that every child needs a feast of living ideas to grow intellectually, emotionally, and spiritually. As a former school teacher, curriculum coordinator, and assistant director of a homeschool acad…
 
Brandy Gleason is a mother to eight and grandmother to three. She has been homeschooling for 22 years and offers some advice on how to enjoy the outdoors with your kids. So often, you can't get them outside. Why is that? Brandy shares her top three tips to get your family outside: priority, preparation, planning. Host biography Julie H. Ross believ…
 
Episode summary Every homeschooling family is going to make mistakes, so Julie and Ana Willis address five of these that are common to so many of us. Guest biography Ana is a wife and homeschool mom of three turned homeschool blogger. She is also a women's pastor, entrepreneur, and a passionate Bible and Hebrew teacher. She loves helping homeschool…
 
Watch this episode on YouTube In this episode, Julie Ross and Shay Kemp discuss the first part of Chapter 3, which covers Mason’s perspectives on the well-being of a child’s body, mind, and intellect. Let’s explore how these components are addressed within her philosophy so that students’ “divine curiosity” is not dampened. Guest biography Shay is …
 
Divorce impacts all areas of family life, including homeschooling. In this episode, Julie Ross shares with Shay Kemp the path she and her children have walked over the past few years and how she has adapted her homeschooling during this time. Click here to watch this interview on YouTube. Resources Morning Time Plans for Times of Crisis from A Gent…
 
Episode summary Join Julie and Shay as they continue their virtual book club on chapter 2 of Charlotte Mason’s A Philosophy of Education. Host biography Julie H. Ross believes that every child needs a feast of living ideas to grow intellectually, emotionally, and spiritually. As a former school teacher, curriculum coordinator, and assistant directo…
 
Episode summary Julie Ross and Shay Kemp discuss the second chapter dealing the The Mind of a Child, considering ideas such as what feeds a child’s mind, what motivates a child to learn, and what practices parents may want to avoid. Guest biography Shay is a homeschooling mom of five who loves enjoying the learning journey with her children and enc…
 
Episode summary In this episode on music education, music teacher RaeAnna Goss shares what Solfa is and how it can bring value to our homeschool journey. Guest biography RaeAnna is a second generation homeschooler living her dream just outside of Nashville, TN. As a homeschooler in the 1980s and 90s, there were opportunities to play many different …
 
Episode summary Dealing with the loss of a loved one can make homeschooling difficult, and in this episode Shay Kemp shares with Julie Ross strategies and resources that helped her family deal with this particular challenge and find ways to grieve and still find joy in homeschooling. Guest biography Shay is a homeschooling mom of five who loves enj…
 
Episode summary Today we are re-airing a popular new year's episode that was originally recorded in 2018. Julie walks through her three-step process for creating goals for your homeschool that lead to real results and lasting change. Resources Click to download your free goal-setting packet. Connect Julie Ross | Instagram A Gentle Feast | Instagram…
 
Episode summary This is the season of gift-giving, and often we can leave ourselves last on the list! Julie discusses how Charlotte Mason encourages us to keep sight of our own needs during the holiday season as we meet the needs of our families and what that can look like for homeschooling families. Connect Julie Ross | Instagram A Gentle Feast | …
 
Episode summary This is the perfect time of year to consider the gifts that are available to families that follow Charlotte Mason’s philosophy. In this episode, Julie and Stacy discuss the powerfully positive impact that these methods bring to us as we implement them daily in our homeschools. Connect Julie Ross | Instagram A Gentle Feast | Instagra…
 
Episode summary In this installment of the Homeschooling Through Challenges series, Julie talks with Amy Bodkin about the unique issues that come up when the homeschooling parent has a learning disability. Sharing from her own journey, Amy gives great insight into helpful strategies and resources to help both parents and children. Guest biography A…
 
Episode summary Foreign Language can be a challenge for many of us, but it doesn’t have to be! Suzanne Gose talks with Julie Ross about the value of a second language for children and how to approach teaching it with Miss Mason’s methods. Guest biography I am a certified Texas Public School teacher who thrived on teaching in the public school syste…
 
Episode summary Why is it valuable to have a foundational theory of education in our homeschools? And what are the outcomes that we can see in students as we follow this theory? Julie Ross and Shay Kemp discuss this and other important topics to consider from Chapter 1 of Volume 6, A Philosophy of Education in this series of Virtual Book Club discu…
 
Episode summary Plutarch and Shakespeare can both be intimidating, but they don’t have to be when you have an understanding of the benefits they bring to your homeschool! Julie talks with Rachel Lebowitz of A Charlotte Mason Plenary about why it is relevant and valuable to include their writings, and ways to make it easier for your family to use th…
 
Episode summary Chronic illness can be an unexpected challenge that makes many aspects of life more difficult, as today’s guest Carrie Ballentine talks about with Julie Ross. She addresses the effects on homeschooling alongside daily pain and what lessons she has learned in this season. Guest biography Throughout Carrie’s life, God has been teachin…
 
Episode summary The challenge of moving can bring chaos to the whole family, and throwing homeschooling into the mix is a recipe for complete overwhelm! In this episode, Julie talks with Ana Willis about how she tackled this challenge with her own family and how to make it manageable for parents and children. Guest biography Ana is a wife and homes…
 
Join host Julie Ross as she shares a Q&A session from the beginning of the year. She will answer such questions as "what if my child doesn’t like the book we are reading?" and "how do we find our rhythm?" and more. Want to know more about the Charlotte Mason method? Go to agentlefeast.com and click on “LEARN MORE” to receive a FREE 4 introduction d…
 
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