Tabitha Wirges is a wife, mother of three boys, and teacher at Crestwood Day School, a local Charlotte Mason school. Born and raise in Arkansas, her and her family have called Alabama home for the last 3 years. Everywhere she moves, she soaks in the beauty of God’s creation and searches out all his wonders in this new place. She homeschooled her boys for 6 years before she began teaching. She has always been interested in Charlotte Mason’s philosophy of education, having been introduced to it from the beginning of her homeschooling career, but it wasn’t until the last 4 years that she really dove into Mason’s teachings and started researching how to implement them into their home. She has helped lead local Charlotte Mason groups and has a heart for connecting other Charlotte Mason educators together.
What is a living way that you can do language arts? Did Charlotte Mason teach language arts? In this session, we will discuss how narration, dictation, composition, and grammar lessons all cover what is considered language arts today. As we go through these different parts of the feast, we will explore practical examples of what […]