Shaping through Relationship

Through July and beyond, I will start to share a few of the articles and notes that have helped to shape my thinking on education and training. Quicky little links or paragraphs or quotes.  For those of you starting out – or who have lost their focus – or just need encouragement –
I am, I Can, I Ought, I Will – The Process of Shaping is a great part 1 of 5 for the Charlotte Mason Motto of I Am I Can I Ought I Will. Short article, worth the read!

http://simplycharlottemason.com/2011/06/01/the-process-of-shaping-i-am-i-can-i-ought-i-will-part-1/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=the-process-of-shaping-i-am-i-can-i-ought-i-will-part-1

It is easy – in the fall – to get more focused on the tools of curriculum, than the method of training.  Hone in on Method of Training – and any book becomes a tool!

“Shaping requires intimate knowledge, trusting relationship, careful monitoring, constant interaction. We must become our children’s students, studying them, learning about them, discovering where they need shaping and how best to use our shaping tools in their lives.”

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One Response to Shaping through Relationship

  1. Christa Darr says:

    I knew her thought, but I have never taken the chance to read much about it… off to check things out! Thanks for sharing…

    (stopping by from the Crew).

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