CC 101 – The Basics


So, we’re trying out something called Classical Conversations. I’ve mentioned it a few times in passing. We haven’t really talked too much about it with people who aren’t in the program, not because we’re trying to avoid talking about it, but because we’re still trying to sort it all out ourselves. I have a number of posts that I have in my head, but haven’t had a chance for it to go from there to my fingers into the blogosphere. Instead of trying to explain Classical Conversations and what we’re doing in one huge posts, I’m going to just start with the basics of what CC is, and we’ll go from there. I will try to put in some links later because there are a couple of blogs that answers some questions about CC more in depth than I have time to go into.

What is Classical Conversations? A classical approach community-based homeschool program (with lots of memory work)

Who is involved in CC? Homeschooling families. Tutors (who are parents in the program) review old memory work and teach new memory work to equip parents to teach their children.

Where does CC meet? I hear that CC is growing by leaps and bounds, so many new campuses have opened up recently. We are lucky to have CC meeting at our church! Only 3 minutes away.

When does CC meet? CC meets once a week for 3 hours. We also lunch together.

Obviously, there is much more to it than this, but this is the very basic information for those of you wondering what we’re up to.

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