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The Extraordinary FAQs

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Chapter Three – Frequently Asked Questions The Extraordinary FAQs by Cara McLauchlan “The next time you meet someone new (any adult) don’t ask what he does for a living; instead, ask what he likes to do in his free time. You’ll either make him speechless or he won’t...
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What I Learned from The Question

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If you have read The Core: Teaching Your Child the Foundations of Classical Education, you will quickly understand how The Question: Teaching Your Child the Essentials of Classical Education is the follow-up. As Leigh Bortins introduced us to the grammar stage in The...
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I Heart Aristotle

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Chapter Two – How Dialectic Teaches Family to Wrestle I Heart Aristotle by 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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Dorothy, Doubts, and Dialectic

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Chapter One - Why We Still Need Classical Education Dorothy, Doubts, and Dialectic by 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

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“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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