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Principles of Classical Pedagogy II
LessonsLesson 1: An Introduction to Mimetic and Socratic Teaching (Preview Content)3 Topics|1 Quiz
Lesson 2: An Interview on the Liberal Arts and Assessment1 Topic
Lesson 3: Mimetic Teaching3 Topics|1 Quiz
Lesson 4: An Interview on Imitation and Memory, Virtue Formation, and Form1 Topic
Lesson 5: Socratic Teaching3 Topics|1 Quiz
Lesson 6: An Interview on Socratic Teaching1 Topic
Lesson 7: Training as an Apprentice with the Circe Institute2 Topics
End of Course TestTest: End of Course Certification1 Quiz
Lesson 6, Topic 1
- What is the ironic stage of Socratic learning? Why is it important that it be the first stage?
- What is metanoia and what leads to it? After a student experiences metanoia, what is she naturally inclined to do next?
- What is the maieutic stage of Socratic learning? Why do we call this stage the maieutic stage?
- How is it possible that a Socratic teacher could always claim to be in some sense ignorant?