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Diane Lockman

Diane Lockman


Columnist for Practical Homeschooling Magazine.


Diane Lockman, author of Trivium Mastery, practiced nine years as a CPA before cheerfully coming home to be with Meredith and Connor until they were old enough for school.

When Meredith was in first grade, diane heard about homeschooling.

She looked into it and a few weeks later, persuaded David to let her pull the kids out of school. Diane is the founder of The Classical Scholar (classicalscholar.com), a site for teaching other homeschool parents how to teach in the classical style.

When she’s not reading, writing, managing the kids’ education, or teaching live classes, Diane enjoys sewing period costumes.


Homeschooling Articles by Diane Lockman

Classical Education Made Much Easier Classical education does not have to be a chore.

The Post-Trivium Years: Wrestling with Meaningful Ideas What classical works should your children study, and how should they be guided in their understanding of such things?

Eloquent Kids in 5 Minutes a Day Your kids can easily become good speakers using these great tips.

Writing the Perfect Paragraph Steps for leading even reluctant writers to write the perfect paragraph—the classical way.

Making Economics Real: How We Use the News Showing the real-world benefits of learning economics

Try My Grammar Camp A fun way to teach grammar that will have your students wanting more

Library Quest: Six Steps to Research Success Diane outlines a step-by-step method for researching at the library.

An Easy Start to Language Arts How to increase the size of your child's vocabulary, starting from the earliest years

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