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Articles tagged Virtue

It's All about Value!

Revisiting Some Archived Articles that Have Not Been Lost, but May Have Been Forgotten and Are Worth a Fresh Read Did you know that math is about more than numerical values arranged in symbolic sentences? It has great value in itself for practical application, of...
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What Can Lost Tools of Writing Offer the IEW Writer?

A dear friend of mine prefers Institute for Excellence in Writing’s Elegant Essay to CiRCE Institute’s Lost Tools of Writing (LTW) for high school students. “It teaches a mature essay, while LTW just gives a formula. It seems like a step backwards after Teaching...
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Waking Beauty

by David
Wednesday, 03 September, 2014
categories: Articles, Big Ideas: Truth, Beauty, Goodness and more!, Homeschooling Life
Throughout history, mankind has appreciated beauty in nearly every area of experience: art, literature, architecture, engineering, design, arrangement, nature, astronomy, landscaping, music, mathematics, animals, gardens, food, geographical features, skies, birdsongs,...
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Seven Ways a Classical Education Works with a Christian Worldview

Classical Conversations is a classical, Christian education. Some might see these words placed together and not see the connection. In fact, some might go so far as to say they do not connect. It probably will not surprise you to hear me say, “Well, they do go together...
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Lessons from The Meno for Challenge Parents and Tutors

A man once asked his teacher whether virtue could be taught. In the course of the conversation, not only did the man and his wise mentor discuss the topic of virtue, but a young slave boy, through the simple process of answering questions, stumbled upon the...
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