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Articles tagged Learning

Play to Learn, Play to Live

When you’re young, school is your job. When you’re even younger, play is your school and your job. I like to think I attended a highly acclaimed “school” and landed a top-notch “job.”   As I’ve mentioned in articles before, my family was poor when I was a kid (though “...
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Principles First: The Way to Freedom

by Admin
Wednesday, 24 April, 2019
categories: Big Ideas: Truth, Beauty, Goodness and more!
by Jill Philbrick   Godly principles abound in math!   Do you have to know every single math equation in the whole wide world as individual pieces of knowledge? No! We learn the rules, we study the questions, and then we can approach any equation to apply the facts we...
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Revelation through Rhetoric: Humility and Learning

Expectant faces. Blank looks. Shrugged shoulders. This describes many afternoons of my first year tutoring Essentials of the English Language for our brand new Classical Conversations Community in Keller, TX. Rather than being the grammar “expert” for our community, I...
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Celebrating a Family Culture of Learning

One of my family’s favorite activities is taking evening walks in a nearby arboretum. We love watching the flowers eagerly surge in and out of season and observing the trees as they testify to both permanence and transience. We each have beloved vistas along the way...
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Raising a Discoverer

What do you believe about children and learning? In any learning environment we consider—public, private, or home school— some children seem to enjoy learning while others seem to be bored or frustrated by it. Parents and teachers will go to great lengths to make...
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