How to Cultivate Habits of Lifelong Learning

Janice Campbell

If education is an “atmosphere, a discipline, and a life” as Charlotte Mason suggested, it is much more than just a few hours of school each day. What are the qualities of a lifelong learner, and how can you help your student become one? We’ll look at ways to create a learning-friendly atmosphere and life, …

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About

Janice Campbell and her husband Donald homeschooled their sons from preschool into early college using a lifestyle-of-learning approach influenced by Charlotte Mason, classical learning, and the Thomas Jefferson method. Her books and resources reflect Janice’s focus on twaddle-free, literature-based active learning (she did have boys, after all!).

Janice speaks at conferences nationwide on subjects including literature and writing, high school and early college, teacher training for a learning lifestyle, microbusiness, and multiple streams of income for homeschool families. She is the author of the Excellence in Literature curriculum for grades 8–12, Transcripts Made Easy, and Get a Jump Start on College, among other things. She is also Director of the National Association of Independent Writers and Editors.

Whether teaching high school students to love literature or teaching writers and entrepreneurs how to create multiple streams of income, Janice’s focus is on lighting lamps so that others can more easily find their way. Her website, www.Everyday-Education.com, offers inspiration, resources, and a free e-newsletter.