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Articles tagged Liberal Arts

Quadrivium for Trivium's Sake

When I first started to enjoy reading I was two years removed from my college graduation. My love for reading began initially because I loved music. I began reading about music history, music philosophy, music and worship, and yes, even boring music theory. This pushed...
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What is the Difference Between Classical and Conventional Education?

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by Andrew
Friday, 08 November, 2013
categories: Classical Christian Education
The heart of the difference between classical and conventional education is not in curriculum or teaching methods, though those are effected. The heart of the issue is in goals and beliefs. Our practices often entangle us so much that we cannot get back to the things...
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How Revolutions Affect the Way We Teach

by Matt
Wednesday, 21 August, 2013
categories: Classical Christian Education
Foundations parents and students will recognize what we call the “Age of Industry” from c. 1760—c. 1969.1 The Age of Industry “ushered in the factory production of goods with the development of…new technologies.”2 Among these technologies were the mechanization of...
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College Profile: Gutenberg College

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by Shawn
Thursday, 15 August, 2013
categories: Articles, College and Post Graduation
I received a phone call in the spring from the director of admissions at Gutenberg College. He had heard of my website—www.homeschoolcounselor.com—and he was inquiring about using the site to get the word out about Gutenberg. I had not heard of Gutenberg. As I inquired...
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College Quads as Village Greens?

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by Shawn
Tuesday, 11 June, 2013
categories: Articles, College and Post Graduation
If you have read anything I have written in the past, you know me to be a staunch supporter of the traditional college experience. I had a great experience at Milligan College, a nondenominational liberal arts college. That experience still pays off for me vocationally...
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