Do you need some encouragement in your real life home education that looks nothing like the social media feeds of those “perfect” moms? Well, you’re in good company! Erin Cox of The Gentle + Classical Press is a veteran homeschool mom who can speak from experience and joins us on this episode of the Homeschool with Moxie Podcast to peel back the curtain and give us great tips and encouragement in the journey.
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Meet Erin Cox
Erin Cox is a homeschool mom of four (young adult to early elementary) and the CEO + president of The Gentle + Classical Press, which she runs with her husband from their home in Montgomery, AL. She’s the author of The Gentle + Classical Preschool and the founding editor of On Mission Magazine. She writes on her site LifeAbundantlyBlog.com
About The Gentle + Classical Press
From preschool curriculum to nature studies and morning virtues – you’ll find lots of beautiful resources at The Gentle + Classical Press to use in your homeschool. And the teacher’s guides are FREE so you can actually see the program for yourself before you jump in!
What is Real Life Home Education?
Listen in on our chat with Erin Cox of The Gentle + Classical Press as we discuss what “Real Life” Home Education really looks like!
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Here are some of the topics we discuss:
- How does “real life” home education require some honesty? What should we focus on?
- What are your non-negotiable in homeschooling?
- What does it mean to educate in a gentle, classical way?
- Do you see Charlotte Mason and Classical education as opposites or complimentary?
- What is your philosophy at The Gentle + Classical Press and what resources will parents find there?
Listen to episode 207 of the Homeschool with Moxie Podcast
Have you ever struggled as a homeschool mom to see your real life home education experience with your kids as a gift – even if it’s messy? Listen to this chat with Erin Cox and be encouraged that real life home education may not always look how you expect.
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