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It’s far easier to wax eloquent about the goals of a classical education than to put those ideas into practice. I find this to be especially true when it comes to art education for children. While idyllic scenes of young children sitting quietly around great masterpieces of art and somehow magically absorbing an appreciation for all things creative sounds wonderful to me, I doubt it’s … Continue reading Fine Art for Children
The Classical Roundup is a group of worthwhile articles, videos, and podcasts that I have found helpful on our journey of exploring classical Christian education in the 21stcentury. All New Things Another great video from The Academy of Classical Christian Studies that covers the goal of education. High quality and spot on content. Christin Education for the Whole Person James K. A. Smith with a short … Continue reading Classical Roundup – June 22nd, 2018
The Classical Roundup is a group of worthwhile articles, videos, and podcasts that I have found helpful on our journey of exploring classical Christian education in the 21stcentury. Abraham Martin from School of the Ozarks delivers his Chrysostom speech that earned him first place. These videos inspire and remind classical Christian educators to what students are truly capable of achieving. Five Important Differences Between Charlotte Mason … Continue reading Classical Roundup – June 1st, 2018
By Josh Dyson, Classical School of Wichita Education in the Storm: An Encouragement to Parents in the Aftermath of Hurricane Harvey As a native Texan I right now sit 500 miles away from my hometown of Houston. And having lived through the flooding of tropical storm Allison, I remember how bad things can get. From what I am told those conditions were surpassed less than … Continue reading Education in the Storm