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Articles tagged Integration

Really? You Did That in Math Class?

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by Brian
Wednesday, 19 March, 2014
categories: Articles, Rhetoric Stage (ages 14 to 18)
Yes, we really did. Stay with me...   In 1995, Denis John Adams was convicted for sexual assault. The odds against him, regarding a DNA match, were one in 2,000,000. This meant that jurors were two million times more likely to observe the evidence if Adams were guilty...
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Harmony in Education

Is there harmony in this world? How does this harmony inform our actions as Christians? How does this harmony inform how we approach simpler, more familiar ideas and how we approach complex, less familiar ideas? Here at Rivendell, we just completed our mathematics...
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Classical Conversations Plus: a Different Kind of Dual Enrollment Program

by Linda
Monday, 22 July, 2013
categories: Classical Christian Education
Dual enrollment for the mature and capable homeschool student presents a valid means of gaining college credit while in high school. With careful planning, the industrious student gains credit and experience, while starting to whittle away general education credits...
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My Summer with Percy Jackson

As part of my Latin background, I have studied lots of mythology. I have studied Greek mythology, Roman mythology, Norse mythology, and a bit of Egyptian mythology. I used to have my students in public school write modern-day myths; thus, they would use the same names...
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The Three Rules of Work

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by Lisa
Friday, 28 June, 2013
categories: Classical Christian Education
Honestly, who wants to read about work in the middle of summer? Summer is for reading in the hammock, sipping sweet tea under a ceiling fan, and feeling the juice of a homegrown tomato running down your chin. However, when I read that Albert Einstein once posited that...
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