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Mind to Mind: An Essay Towards a Philosophy of Education Paperback – July 14, 2015
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About the Author
Charlotte Mason was a 19th/20th-century British educator who pioneered a movement to bring liberal education to all children. She founded a grassroots organization of parents and educators (Parents' National Education Union) and a teacher training college. Her books and wisdom continue to inspire 21st-century educators. Karen Glass, one of the founders of Ambleside Online (amblesideonline.org), and author of Consider This: Charlotte Mason and the Classical Tradition (www.karenglass.net) has homeschooled her children for twenty years according the methods developed by Charlotte Mason, and continues to read and learn about educational philosophy.
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I read Towards a Philosophy of Education years ago when my oldest was just beginning school. With four young children and a part-time job, my ability to concentrate suffered greatly. A book like Mind to Mind would have introduced me to the philosophy of Charlotte Mason without wading through as much text. I would heartily recommend this book to anyone interested in an introduction to Charlotte Mason. After reading Mind to Mind, it would be a smooth transition to read not only the complete text of Towards a Philosophy of Education, but any of Charlotte Mason's five other volumes.
I received a free copy of this book from the author.