Thursday, May 31, 2007

A Little Tap on the Shoulder

Yesterday, I was finishing up my presentations and handouts for the conference (the feedback form is still in the hopper). I was carefully studying one of my references, sitting at the table in the homeschool room. Suddenly, I felt a little tap on my shoulder and I looked up--it was Pamela! Before we started RDI, she would have just broadcasted what was on her mind into the air and repeated it, more and more forcefully, until I paid attention to her. Now, she knows to get my attention first and then speak to me when I orient my face to hers.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Tammy, i would love to have a copy of your notes from this years Charlotte Mason Conference Thanks
poohder2005 another RDI/CM mom

The Glasers said...

Poohder2005, I just emailed them to you! Recordings of all sessions of last year's conference are available for purchase at Sound Word. I gave two presentations last year, one about narration and the other about learning styles.

Lori said...

I'm planning on coming to the conference this year, and already have your Masterly Inactivity session circled. I can't wait until the conference!!

The Glasers said...

Lori, be sure to introduce yourself! I look forward to meeting you. Last year, I was refreshed by spending several days with kindred spirits who shared many interests and books in common.