The Scholé Muses
(From left to right, top row: Jennifer Dow, Brooke Diener, Carolyn Baddorf, Kathy Weitz, Colleen Leonard, Christine Parker. These six women are all leaders of homeschooling co-ops and most are part of the Scholé Groups network. Across four courses and several panel discussions, these veteran homeschool leaders present practical training on how to bring a restful, classical education to students in a homeschool setting. To learn more about the Scholé Groups network of homeschooling communities, see ScholeGroups.com.
Jennifer Dow is a classical teacher, writer, and speaker. She completed the CiRCE Apprenticeship program as a CiRCE–certified classical teacher and has taught humanities, logic, rhetoric, and the fine arts since 2009. Jennifer researches, writes, and speaks about classical teaching; serves as the founder and director of learning and development at Paideia Fellowship in Charlotte, North Carolina; teaches humanities locally and online; and is the cohost of The Classical Homeschool Podcast. She also works with Classical Academic Press on the Scholé Groups team. Jennifer’s published works can be seen around the web at Paideia Fellowship, the CiRCE Institute, Scholé Groups, and Afterthoughts. She has been featured on the Your Morning Basket podcast with Pam Barnhill and has spoken to moms and educators around the country on how to teach classically and create thriving classical communities. She is currently working on her first book, a memoir chronicling her journey of becoming a classical teacher.