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Scholé Muses 2: Classical Education at Home: Curriculum and Pedagogy

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  1. Lessons
    Lesson 1: Classical Pedagogy in the Homeschool (Preview Content)
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  2. Lesson 2: Learning to Love What is Lovely (Preview Content)
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  3. Lesson 3: Employing a Classical Curriculum
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  4. Lesson 4: Why Latin is a Superior Choice
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  5. Lesson 5: Classical Pedagogy that Leads a Child to Truth, Goodness, and Beauty
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  6. Lesson 6: Three Fundamental Principles and Practices of Classical Teaching Methods
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  7. Lesson 7: Cultivate Wonder in Our Teaching
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  8. Lesson 8: Cultivation of Virtue
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  9. Lesson 9: Practices that will Help us to Cultivate Virtue in Our Children
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  10. Lesson 10: Employ Embodied and Liturgical Teaching
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  11. Lesson 11: Practically Employ Embodied and Liturgical Teaching
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  12. Lesson 12: What Socratic Discussion Is and Isn't
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  13. End of Course Test
    End of Course Test: Scholé Muses 2: Classical Education at Home: Curriculum and Pedagogy
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  • Consider this quote from Plutarch, “The mind is not a vessel to be filled, but a fire to be kindled.” How does this change your ideas about your role as a homeschooler?
  • There are two different kinds of knowledge, knowing and knowing about horses.  Which kind of knowledge do you aim to give your children most often? 
  • How are you the main text for your child’s education?  What do your children see you doing in the morning and during quiet time or while you are bored?  What are the liturgies of your home?