The Soirée team members have been busy bees the last couple of months working on several projects. One of those projects is new online courses!
A Walk Through the Early Years (102)
Society Leadership Training (201)
Digging Deeper (201)
The three new courses will launch February 2018, and we will be sending out course applications around mid-January to students who have completed the prerequisite course, A Proper Introduction. So if you are interested in applying for one of the new courses, NOW would be a great time to get started on API! You can find enrollment instructions for API in the pink link above.
There will be space for only 25 students in the Digging Deeper course and 25 students in the Society Leadership Training course. There is no cap for A Walk Through the Early Years course.
Here is what one mom has said about taking a course:
This is doable for the busiest mom, but you do have to just make it happen. I have an extremely demanding schedule, but I prioritized time for the assignments. When I found myself with a few minutes that I would have wasted on FB, I logged in, read the article and did the narration, or sometimes marinated on the reading and narrated later. ~Jennifer Bascom, Business owner and mom of 4
While A Proper Introduction is self-paced, the new courses will not be. They have varying lengths which are noted in the course descriptions. You can click on the pictures below to be taken to the information pages for each course.
We are very excited for the Charlotte Mason community to have a resource such as this for parents and educators to continue their education. It’s one of the passions we have at CM Soirée!
And they will take it up as their profession––that is, with the diligence, regularity, and punctuality which men bestow on their professional labours. That the mother may know what she is about, may come thoroughly furnished to her work, she should have something more than a hearsay acquaintance with the theory of education, and with those conditions of the child’s nature upon which such theory rests. ~Charlotte Mason Vol. 1 pg. 3-4