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This forum is the place for those relatively new to classical education to discuss the tradition of classical education. It is keyed in some ways to the Level 1 "Apprentice" teacher training on ClassicalU.com. All classical educators wanting to learn the foundation of the classical tradition are welcome!
This forum is for those fairly new to classical education and explores the ideas presented by Christopher Perrin in his course Introduction to Classical Education. It seeks to answer well the question, "What is classical education?" All are welcome.
This forum is an excellent place for new classical teachers to explore and become familiar with an essential "toolkit" for planning and teaching effectively. It is based on the course by Robyn Burlew called the Essentials of Effective Teaching. All are welcome.
This subforum seeks to discuss The Liberal Arts Tradition book (and online course) by Kevin Clark and Ravi Jain. Connect with fellow teachers, administrators, and home educators to explore and the concepts presented in their thoughtful book.
This is the place to explore and discuss what it means to renew restful teaching and learning in classical schools and homeschools. It is based on the short course on restful learning taught by Dr. Christopher Perrin. All are welcome.
In this forum, we discuss the ways we can relearn and renew the classical pedagogies that come down to from the classical tradition of education. It is based on the Essential Principles of Classical Pedagogy on ClassicalU.com. All are welcome!
This forum is for those either learning or teaching the logical fallacies. The forum is based on the Essential Logic course (covering 28 fallacies), though anyone learning the logical fallacies by other means is welcome!
This forum is dedicated to discussing what it means to assess students with charity and clarity, informed by the classical tradition. It is based on the course Assessing Students Classically, but all are welcome to participate.
This forum is for those who are either studying or teaching the Odyssey by Homer. The forum takes is inspiration from the Teaching the Odyssey course on ClassicalU.com, but all lovers of Homer are welcome!