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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 4, Topic 1
- In what ways are such pedagogical principles as virtue education, wonder and curiosity, and contemplation part of mimetic teaching?
- What does Andrew mean when he says that ideas don’t belong to anyone?
- What does Andrew mean when he says there is no such thing as rote memory?
- How can it be that a teacher could not really like math, and yet love it?
- Do you think that in some ways you have already been teaching mimetically—even if you didn’t have the vocabulary to describe it as Andrew does? What elements of your teaching do you think currently resemble mimetic teaching?