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The Seven Liberal Arts

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    Lesson 1: Why the Seven Liberal Arts are "Liberal" and "Arts" (Preview Content)
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  2. Lesson 2: Why the Seven Liberal Arts are "Liberating" (Preview Content)
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  3. Lesson 3: The Seven Liberating Arts
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  4. Lesson 4: The History of the Seven Liberal Arts
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  5. Lesson 5: The Trivium Arts
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  6. Lesson 6: The Quadrivium Arts
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  7. Lesson 7: Teaching the Quadrivium Like We Aren't Materialists
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  8. Lesson 8: Discussion of Harmony, Pedagogy and Assessment of the Arts
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  9. Lesson 9: Discussion of the Arts as Liberating Arts
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  10. End of Course Test
    End of Course Test: Seven Liberal Arts
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  • How often do you hear students say, “I hate math!” or “I hate Latin!”? What is your response to them?
  • In light of this, how can educators encourage students to love math? How can educators help students see math’s beauty?
  • In this lecture discussion, Andrew Kern recommends that assessments be “personable, immediate, and actionable.” How are you assessing students in your classrooms or homeschool classrooms? How are your children assessed in school?
  • Similarly, what are some ways you can make assessment personal, immediate, and actionable? Does your assessment help cultivate a spirit of harmony and a desire to resolve discord?