What do you think of how Andrew and Christopher describe the fine arts? In what sense do you understand the fine arts as arts characterized by a finis (an end, something completed or finished)? How does this description cohere with or differ from your original associations with the term “fine arts”?
In what sense are the liberal arts “liberating arts of truth perception”?
Andrew says that assessment can bless students. In what ways can you imagine this happening?
In what ways is your own assessment of student work personal, prompt, loving, practical, and actionable? In which areas might your current assessment practices not serve these ends?
How might we best assess knowledge of facts?
How might we best assess skills?
How might we best assess ideas?
How would you summarize Andrew’s description of wisdom? How do the liberal arts help a student to grow in wisdom?
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