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Lori Jill Keeler in her lecture on Building a Culture of Learning in a Grammar School says that culture must intentionally and purposefully be cultivated--it won't just grow well without concerted, specific, attention. What have you done to purposefully create an atmosphere of learning at your school or homeschooling co-op?
What do you think are the most important things to keep in mind in order to develop a great classical grammar school?
Often parents think that the upper school teachers (particularly those in the highest grades) must be the teachers “at the top” and therefore leading the school in some way. However, there is a fundamental sense in which the lower school teachers lead the entire school–don’t you think? In what ways do you think grammar school teachers determine the orientation and success of the entire school?
In what ways could you enhance your role as a life-long learner? What reading or other learning activities could you reasonably pursue?