Education is an Atmosphere, a Discipline, & a Life One of the most loved Charlotte Mason (CM) quotes among homeschoolers is “Education is an Atmosphere,Read More »Principle 5: Education is an Atmosphere, a Discipline, & a Life: AKA 3 Instruments of Education
Charlotte Mason 20 Principles
20 principles that are the basis of the Charlotte Mason homeschooling method.
Educator Charlotte Mason wrote and taught in the 1880s, and yet her educational methods are extremely practical today, especially for homeschooling families who would like to raise self-learners.
These 20 principles are the underlying foundation for a solid beginning to creating lifelong learners.
- Free Printable of the 20 Principles
- Overview of CM Principles
- Principle 1: Children are born Persons
- Principle 3: Teachability and Authority
- Principles 5-8: Education is an atmosphere, a discipline & a life
- Using Your Brain: Is it a Lost Art? A look at the tests done by 8th graders in CM schools in the 1920s
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Children are Born Persons Charlotte Mason begins with the principle that children are born persons. In Chapter 2 of Book 1 of Volume 6: TowardsRead More »Charlotte Mason Principle #1: Children are Born Persons
Charlotte Mason Principle 3 And so we continue in our study of Charlotte Mason’s 20 Principles: this post looks at Principle 3, Authority & DocilityRead More »Charlotte Mason Principle 3: Authority & Teachability