Teaching the Trivium

Teaching the Trivium
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Total Pages : 637
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ISBN-10 : 0974361631
ISBN-13 : 9780974361635
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Book Synopsis Teaching the Trivium by : Harvey Bluedorn

Download or read book Teaching the Trivium written by Harvey Bluedorn and published by . This book was released on 2001 with total page 637 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Teaching the Trivium by Laurie and Harvey Bluedorn maintains that the classical style of education is designed to serve Christians well because it was the original model of education that God had in mind for his people to progress from knowledge, to understanding, to wisdom. This is a great book, for two reasons: 1. it takes the whole of the classical method and roots it soundly in the Bible, and 2. it lays out many options for a classical, biblically based course of study that are not overwhelming to the average family. Even if you never intended to use this approach, the many insights into education are well worth the price of the book.


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