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LEVEL S: School Center

5a1de62c25439_homeschoolicon.thumb.png.d60f8a93c86d875aa8bd9c1e89f383a9.png This forum provides a space for school educators to discuss the particular delights and challenges of classically educating children at in a traditional school setting. 

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  1. School Education in General

    This is the forum for discussing any topic that is not included in other forums! Post your general questions here about curriculum, pedagogy, philosophy, atmosphere, culture, as well as your challenges and triumphs. 

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  2. K-3 Lower Grammar Forum

    This is the forum for discussing topics related to teaching our youngest children in grades K-3. This an excellent place to discuss the cultivation of wonder, delight, and gymnastic education (tuning the heart and training the body).

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  3. 4-6 Upper Grammar Forum

    This is the forum for discussing topics related to teaching our children in grades 4-6. This an excellent place to discuss the ways we cultivate virtue (those habits of excellence proper to being a student) and the training in Latin grammar, history, literature, math and nature study.

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  4. 7-9 Dialectic Forum

    This is the forum for discussing topics related to educating our children in grades 7-9--those years when students should be learning logic and learning how to integrate logic, grammar, and their Christian faith across all disciplines. 

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  5. 10-12 Rhetoric Forum

    This is the forum for discussing topics related to educating our children in grades 10-12--those years when students will study rhetoric and integrate this art across all disciplines.

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The ClassicalU Forum is a site designed for classical educators who want to discuss the history, philosophy, curriculum, pedagogy, and renewal of the classical tradition of education. School educators, homeschool educators, leaders, administrators, and students are all welcome!

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