E1S12 – Education Should be Exciting! with Dachelle McVey

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Ever felt like traditional schooling wasn’t quite the right fit for your child? Discover how the Charlotte Mason homeschooling approach could revolutionize the way your family approaches education in our latest podcast episode. We’re joined by Dachelle McVey, the founder of Hide The Chocolate and Literary Adventures For Kids, who shares her incredible journey in discovering this unique teaching method and how it can be customized to suit your child’s individual needs.

Not only will you learn about Charlotte Mason’s first principle of education—that children are persons—but you’ll also find out how this philosophy can help redefine what success means for your child. We’ll discuss the importance of tailoring education to each learner and how the Charlotte Mason method can lead to a more enjoyable learning experience. Plus, Dachelle shares her tips on using books like Revolution is Not a Dinner Party to introduce your kids to historical events like China’s Cultural Revolution and help them make connections between current events and history.

But that’s not all! We also explore the power of literature in creating intimate spaces for parents and children to discuss sensitive topics, such as racial tensions in classic American novels like To Kill a Mockingbird. Join us for an eye-opening conversation that will change the way you view education, literature, and the world around you. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how the Charlotte Mason homeschooling approach can truly inspire your child’s learning journey!

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