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The Transformative Powers of Memoria: It’s Not Just About Memorization

    Translated from Latin, memoria literally means “memory.” That seems simple enough, but what does it really mean as the fourth Canon of Rhetoric? The first three are Invention, Arrangement, and Elocution; the fifth is Presentation or Delivery. We practice the Five...
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Classical Education and the Artsy Kid

by Elizabeth Morales   “Beauty is truth's smile when she beholds her own face in a perfect mirror.”  ~Rabindranath Tagore   The pursuit of classical education is to seek the good, the true, and the beautiful. I heard this saying all through my high school years in...
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Is Musical Literacy Important?

There are few things quite so exhilarating as imparting the gifts of literacy, imagination, and creativity to the freshmen who take Foundations of Musical Skill with me. It opens the world for them to explore anything from Bach to the Beatles (but definitely not Bieber...
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Southeastern University hosts 150 CCers for CC+

by John
Wednesday, 03 October, 2018
categories: Articles
Lakeland, Florida— More than 150 Central Florida homeschoolers got a day-long taste of college life on Wednesday at Southeastern University (SEU).   The students, who all participate in Classical Conversations homeschool communities, participated in college-prep...
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Harrison, TN, Practicum

Parent Practicums continue to grow

by John
Friday, 28 September, 2018
categories: Articles
Classical Conversations’ Parent Practicums come in all shapes and sizes and never more so than this year. Every state had at least one Practicum with the exception of Rhode Island.   Classical Conversations held 567 Practicums this year, up slightly over 2017, with a...
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