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The Teacher's Playbook: Practical Pedagogy for Classical Educators

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  1. Introduction
    Intro to Framework (Preview Content)
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  2. Part I
    Lecture 1: Teacher Formation (Preview Content)
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  3. Part II
    Lecture 2: Culture Introduction
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  4. Lecture 3: Culture: Setting Conditions
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  5. Lecture 4: Culture: Growing Culture
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  6. Lecture 5: Culture: Responding in Love
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  7. Part III
    Lecture 6: Instruction Introduction
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  8. Lecture 7: Instruction: Planning
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  9. Lecture 8: Instruction: Delivering
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  10. Lecture 9: Instruction: Socratic Questioning
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  11. Lecture 10: Instruction: Assessing
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  12. Part IV
    Lecture 11: Setting the Path for Growth as a Teacher
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  13. Lecture 12: Setting the Supports for Teachers
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  14. Questions & Answers
    Questions & Answers
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  15. End of Course Test
    End of Course Test: The Teacher's Playbook: Practical Pedagogy for Classical Educators
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  • Think about your current assessments: Do they reflect the goals of the course?  Do you have a sense of what it means to assess a student within those goals?
  • The various disciplines require different types of assessments.  Choose several different disciplines and discuss what types of assessments would work best in that area.  What types of assessments would not work well for those areas?  Which types of assessments would allow the student to show how to apply their knowledge?
  • Think about your own progress as a teacher.  Discuss the various ways you can obtain feedback on your teaching.  Are you progressing as a teacher?  What areas could you improve?