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The Classical Charlotte Mason Way to Pass a Test

The Classical Charlotte Mason Way to Pass a Test

The Classical-Charlotte Mason Way to Pass a Test, by Cheryl Floyd Why do we still stress over tests? Why are we still tempted to use them as a meaningful way to assess retention or understanding? I don’t know. I don’t have the cure either, but I certainly do still...
Commonplacing: A Lifelong Practice of Scholé

Commonplacing: A Lifelong Practice of Scholé

My scholé practice of keeping a commonplace book predates my knowledge of what a commonplace book is. One of the most vivid memories from my youth is sitting at the desk in my vintage 70s yellow and orange room, copying quotes from books or lyrics from pop songs....
Suffering, Scholé & the Highest Good

Suffering, Scholé & the Highest Good

A mother’s suffering, A child born, A farmer’s labor, A flower burst forth, A student’s wrestling, A mind illumined, A savior’s death, A people delivered. A sinner’s repentance, A soul freed, And love is made known. ―Jennifer Dow, 2019 What do each of the stanzas in...
Purpose & Unity in Academic Communities

Purpose & Unity in Academic Communities

“The Person who loves their dream of community will destroy community, but the person who loves those around them will create community.” Dietrich Bonhoeffer Several months ago, in the article Growing Gracefully, we discussed Bonhoeffer’s quote in relation to...

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