Home Education Series Vol. III: School Education

Charlotte MASON (1842 - 1923)

This is third volume in the Home Education Series detailing Charlotte Mason's method of education. This volume is subtitled: School Education. The series is used today by many homeschoolers around the globe and is considered a classic reference by the founder of the homeschooling movement. Volume 3 of 6. - Summary by rachelrw / linny

Genre(s): Education

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 00 Longfellow’s translation, Preface to the Series, and Preface BettyB
00:20:08
Play 01 Chapter 1 - Docility and Authority in the Home and the School Alma Jean Zaki
00:22:36
Play 02 Chapter 2. How Authority Behaves Josh Broussard
00:25:31
Play 03 Chapter 3 - 'Masterly Inactivity' Rachel Vince
00:21:31
Play 04 Chapter 4 - Some of the Rights of Children as Persons Rachel Vince
00:16:22
Play 05 Chapter 5 - Psychology in Relation to Current Thought Rachel Vince
00:23:11
Play 06 Chapter 6 - Some Educational Theories Examined Wayne Cooke
00:23:25
Play 07 Chapter 7 - An Adequate Theory of Education Owlivia
00:17:51
Play 08 Chapter 8 - Certain Relations Proper to a Child Rachel Vince
00:23:24
Play 09 Chapter 9 - A Great Educationalist (A Review) Brooke Favorat
00:16:27
Play 10 Chapter 10 - Some Unconsidered Aspects of Physical Training Wayne Cooke
00:21:20
Play 11 Chapter 11 - Some Unconsidered Aspects of Intellectual Training Wayne Cooke
00:25:19
Play 12 Chapter 12 - Some Unconsidered Aspects of Moral Training Wayne Cooke
00:21:28
Play 13 Chapter 13 - Some Unconsidered Aspects of Religious Education Wayne Cooke
00:20:18
Play 14 Chapter 14 - A Master-Thought Josh Broussard
00:35:16
Play 15 Chapter 15 - School-Books and How they Make for Education BettyB
00:17:36
Play 16 Chapter 16 - How to Use School-Books Wayne Cooke
00:16:37
Play 17 Chapter 17 - Education, the Science of Relations: We are Educated by our Intimacies: The Prelude and Prmterita Wayne Cooke
00:22:48
Play 18 Chapter 18 - We are Educated by our Intimacies, Part 2 Further Affinities Wayne Cooke
00:19:03
Play 19 Chapter 19 - We are Educated by our Intimacies, Part 3 Vocation Wayne Cooke
00:25:27
Play 20 Chapter 20 - Suggestions Towards A Curriculum - For Children Under 14, Part I Brooke Favorat
00:22:49
Play 21 Chapter 21 - Suggestions Towards A Curriculum (For Children under Twelve) Part II. School-Books Wayne Cooke
00:23:05
Play 22 Chapter 22 - Suggestions Towards A Curriculum Part III. The Love of Knowledge Wayne Cooke
00:15:50
Play 23 Appendix I - Questions for the Use of Readers - Chapters 1-11 Josh Broussard
00:27:41
Play 24 Appendix I, continued - Questions for the Use of Readers - Chapters 12-22 Josh Broussard
00:26:05
Play 25 Appendix II - Some Specimens of Examination Work Done in the 'Parents' Review' School, In Which the Pupils are Educated Upon Books and Things - Class 1A and 1B Alma Jean Zaki
00:23:06
Play 26 Appendix II - Some Specimens of Examination Work Done in the 'Parents' Review' School, In Which the Pupils are Educated Upon Books and Things - Class 2 Wayne Cooke
00:18:26
Play 27 Appendix II - Some Specimens of Examination Work Done in the 'Parents' Review' School, In Which the Pupils are Educated Upon Books and Things - Class 3 Amy Bodkin
00:24:49
Play 28 Appendix II - Some Specimens of Examination Work Done in the 'Parents' Review' School, In Which the Pupils are Educated Upon Books and Things - Class 4 Wayne Cooke
00:18:48
Play 29 Appendix III What a Child Should Know at Twelve Wayne Cooke
00:05:59
Play 30 Appendix IV Examination of a child of Twelve on the work of a Term Lynda Marie Neilson
00:36:23
Play 31 APPENDIX IV, continued. Examination of a child of Twelve on the work of a Term Franklin Foxx
00:35:38
Play 32 Appendix V How Oral Lessons are Used Wayne Cooke
00:27:08
Play 33 Appendix V, continued. How Oral Lessons are Used Lynda Marie Neilson
00:44:03