Link Dump

I have too many tabs and not enough time, and I thought I’d share. This is a bizarrely eclectic series of links, a look into the kaleidoscope that is my brain: this would duplicate our memory box, which is a stack of index cards organized by days, but the Cherub keeps dumping the box out and I have to arrange them over and over. With this program, I’m only limited by whether or not the power’s on. Peter Kreeft is just amazing. In addition to waiting to listen to this audio, I have his book Socrates Meets Jesus: History’s Greatest Questioner Confronts the Claims of Christ on my bedside waiting for me to read it. Unfortunately, I have about 30 books on my bedside waiting for the same thing, and that is no exaggeration. It may even be an underestimate. This is a grammar lesson for Wheelock’s Latin- I’m not going to do Latin with my youngest two, but recently when the oldest of those two was struggling with a grammar concept, I remembered that there is a great online site that does some review of English grammar for college students who are studying with Wheelock’s but who did not get a thorough grammar foundation in high school. Um, this is not that site, I couldn’t find it, but we are going through the first few lessons together anyway because it does help. How to write an outline– yummy looking paleo coconut banana bread recipe I want to try.

“Digital Dementia– how the internet is making us cognitively similar to those who have suffered brain injuries.

Nicholas Carr gives a 50 minutes talk on his book The Shallows: What the Internet Is Doing to Our Brains, yes, I see the irony.– Ideas on starting a CM co-op from a traditional homeschool co-op. We’ve done a CM co-op before, but only with other CM homeschoolers who were also using amblesideononline.– ‘Composer’ study the CM way- don’t talk over the music. Listen.

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