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Articles by author: Cara McLauchlan

I Heart Aristotle

Chapter Two – How Dialectic Teaches Family to Wrestle I Heart Aristotleby Cara McLauchlan “Imagine the doors of a storehouse of knowledge being thrown open and a wealth of knowledge being available at your child’s ready disposal because you taught him how to ask the...
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A Little Cursive Story

by Cara
Tuesday, 17 December, 2013
categories: Articles, Classical Christian Education, Grammar Stage (ages 4 to 11)
I was so proud that day. As my son and I joined my husband’s company to volunteer at a local charity, I was counting myself as blessed. In my head, I was thinking about how neat it was that we could take a random school day and turn it into a chance to make a...
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Dorothy, Doubts, and Dialectic

Chapter One - Why We Still Need Classical Education Dorothy, Doubts, and Dialecticby Cara McLauchlan “Our job as parents is to restore our own education as we translate our vision of quality academics into small daily deeds. In this way, education is transformed from...
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The Question Expedition

“I do not want my children’s education to be so fast-paced and so abstract that there is no time to meditate on the fantastical. I do not want them to treat glorious facts as mundane.”– Leigh Bortins, The Question Sometimes I think about homeschooling as if it is an...
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