In this session Andrew explores the ways in which the trivium (grammar, logic, and rhetoric) as a pedagogical approach can contribute insights into the way in which we approach and teach mathematics. He examines the “cognitive stages of development” that Dorothy Sayers finds in the trivium in her essay “The Lost Tools of Learning.”
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