The Scholé Muses

These experienced and inspired homeschool educators will bring you solid instruction, practical guidance, and a touch of wonder.

The Scholé Muses are experienced homeschool educators and community directors. They invite you to join their conversations  about how to bring an excellent classical education to your home and homeschooling community.

Classical Education at Home: Foundations

Classical Education at Home: Foundations

Scholé Muse Brooke Diener on the Homeschooling Parent as a Guide or Tutor (15 min.)

The Scholé Muse Kathy Weitz describes the practical ways we can employ scholé (restful learning) at home and in our homeschooling communities (20 min.)

Scholé Muse Brooke Diener on Scheduling and Planning (22 min.)

Scholé Muse Brooke Diener on the Rhythms and Practices of Your Home (15 min.)

Classical Education at Home: Curriculum and Pedagogy

Scholé Muse Brooke Diener on Classical Pedagogy in the Homeschool (23 min.)

The Scholé Muses discuss what is curriculum and learning to love what is lovely (20 min.)

The Scholé Muse Kathy Weitz introduces the ways in which we can employ a classical curriculum and pedagogy in our homeschools and homeschooling communities (28 min.)

The Scholé Muses discuss why Latin is a superior choice for language and grammatical study in a classical homeschool (32 min.)

The Scholé Muse Jennifer Dow describes a classical pedagogy for homeshooling teachers that leads a child to truth, goodness, and beauty (32 min.)

The Scholé Muse Kathy Weitz describes three fundamental principles and practices of classical teaching methods (or pedagogy) that will lead to effective teaching (27 min.)

The Scholé Muse Jennifer Dow describes the ways we can cultivate wonder in our teaching (35 min.)

Scholé Muse Colleen Leonard on the Cultivation of Virtue (13 min.)

The Scholé Muses discuss the practices that will help us to cultivate virtue in our children–at home and in our homeschooling communities (25 min.)

The Scholé Muse Jennifer Dow describes how we can employ embodied and liturgical teaching in our homeschools (30 min.)

The Scholé Muses discuss the ways we can practically employ embodied and liturgical learning (20 min.)

The Scholé Muses discuss what Socratic discussion is and isn’t and how to implement it in homeschool settings (26 min.)

Tell Us What You Would Like to See!

What topics would you like to see the Scholé Muses address? Let us know on our forum!

Courses 3 and 4 Coming Soon!

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