PBH master class enrolling two new sessions starting tomorrow

Published by Lori Pickert on August 14, 2013 at 08:28 PM

Brief announcement!

We’re getting ready to enroll the next two sessions of the PBH master class; one will start August 26 and one September 30 (they run for six weeks).

Everyone who signed up for the early bird announcement should have received an e-mail from me today (Wednesday). If you have gmail, remember that my e-mails might be languishing in your “Promotions” tab.

Tomorrow at 10:00 a.m. central we’ll start enrolling the early birds, then if there is still room, we’ll open up enrollment to everyone else on Friday at 10:00 a.m.

You can read the full class description and testimonials from students who took the first class here.

After these two sessions are filled, we’ll start a new early bird list for people interested in taking the class next Spring.

Thank you!


Comment by Amy Krueger on August 16, 2013 at 08:40 AM

Yikes! I'm on the PBH mailing list, but perhaps I needed to sign up specifically for the early bird announcement in order to get first dibs on registering for the master's class. If it's still possible to be added to that list, please add me! Of course, I also understand if that's considered "cheating" at this point :) and I'll just hope for a spot after the early bird-ers are finished registering. Thanks, Lori!

Comment by Lori Pickert on August 16, 2013 at 09:15 AM


regular enrollment has commenced! :)

you can enroll right here: http://project-based-homeschooling.com/master-classes

Comment by mckittre on August 24, 2013 at 12:00 PM

Probably silly question, but would it make sense to be in one's own space when taking the class? I'm interested, but will be traveling for much of that time, so won't be able to access our regular space and routine. Maybe in the spring.

Comment by Lori Pickert on August 24, 2013 at 12:38 PM


not a silly question! there are small exercises based on making tiny changes in your environment and doing some observing and journaling — on the one hand very minimal, but on the other hand quite instructive for many. so for those, it would be better to be in your own space. i think a lot of people are approaching the class as a way to really motivate themselves to dig in and get started on a solid PBH practice with help and support.

on the other hand, it is mostly an exploration of ideas, so one could read through and then apply afterward.

it would probably be beneficial to be in your own space, but if you were dying to get started, you could take the class first and apply afterward. i know at least one mom took the class the first time around when her kids were away from home. :)

thanks, erin!

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