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What’s New in TJED?

The Seven Liberal Arts I attended a fabulous Webinar “The New Approach to Leadership Education for the Decade Ahead” by Oliver DeMille last Thursday. He announced some significant new information for those who know or want to know more about

Posted in 3 Stages of TJED, 7 Keys Certification, 7 Liberal Arts, 7 Steps of TJED, TJed

Secure, not Stressed

I met another family that has returned their children to public school today. I felt sad. It is hard to keep up with all the mothers I have met over the years that have homeschooled at one time or another.

Posted in Getting Started, Hope, Public Education, TJed

TJED Conveyor-belt

Death of Socrates I was going to post another Classics List for transcript purposes, but decided this needed to be posted instead. On a Yahoo Group, of which I am a member, a discussion topic came up that has really

Posted in 3 Types of Education, Classics Not Textbooks, Conveyor Belt, Inspire Not Require, Love of Learning, Scholar Phase, Socratic Method, TJed, Transition to Scholar

Education: How did it happen?

I’ve been re-reading “Alas, Babylon” by Pat Frank. The second time through is definitely an eye-opener. I am understanding things I did not get before. I wanted to share a couple of insights from the book that I feel are relevant in

Posted in Classics Not Textbooks, Mentors Not Professors, Scholar Phase, TJed

Shh! Scholar in Progress

During our Mentor Meetings Sunday night, a startling discovery was made….I interrupt my Scholars too much. Nayna politely asked during the meeting to not be interrupted during her study hours. I was pretty surprised, because I thought my kids have

Posted in Binder, Curriculum, Four Phases of Learning, Mentors Not Professors, Organization, Scholar Phase, TJed

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