As educators, we are doing more than teaching math and handwriting skills. We are preparing our people for life.

Let’s learn what that means so we can do our job with vision, with clarity, and with gusto.


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5 Myths about Teaching from Rest
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Rest. You know you need it. What do you picture, when you think of yourself resting? Walks on a beach? A nap? Curling up with tea and a novel? These are lovely respites that we... Read More

How Truth, Goodness, and Beauty Fit in Real Life
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Have you ever walked into a conversation halfway through? Perhaps, unbeknownst to you, it was a conversation that had been going on sporadically between these friends for weeks or even months. It’s a fascinating conversation,... Read More

Knowledge bears fruit – Simply Convivial
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I’m getting excited. In my very slow reading through The Great Tradition: Classical Readings on What It Means to Be an Educated Human Being, I’m approaching the end of the classical period and entering the... Read More