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Principles of Classical Pedagogy II
LessonsLesson 1: An Introduction to Mimetic and Socratic Teaching (Preview Content)3Topics|1 Quiz
Lesson 2: An Interview on the Liberal Arts and Assessment1Topic
Lesson 3: Mimetic Teaching3Topics|1 Quiz
Lesson 4: An Interview on Imitation and Memory, Virtue Formation, and Form1Topic
Lesson 5: Socratic Teaching3Topics|1 Quiz
Lesson 6: An Interview on Socratic Teaching1Topic
Lesson 7: Training as an Apprentice with the Circe Institute2Topics
End of Course TestTest: End of Course Certification1 Quiz
Lesson 3, Topic 3
- In what ways has your teaching already manifested elements of mimetic teaching?
- In what ways can imitation actually lead to creativity and freedom for a student?
- Summarize the way that mimetic teaching involves the action, artifact, and art.
- Having heard this presentation, how might you seek to change or enhance the way you teach? What elements of your teaching have been illuminated that need improvement?