Christopher Perrin discusses the importance of intellectual virtue.

This seminar will examine the relationship between virtue and education and argue for the traditional view that education is a moral enterprise in which bot the teacher and student seek to acquire and communicate truth with humility and love. The seminar will conclude by discussing how the virtues discussed can be imparted to our students by weaving them into curricular and course goals and by teacher modeling and mentoring.

Christopher Perrin

Christopher is the CEO and Publisher at Classical Academic Press, and a national leader, author and speaker for the renewal of classical education. He serves as a consultant to classical Christian schools, classical charter schools, schools converting to the classical model and homeschool co-ops. He is the Director of the Alcuin Fellowship, former Vice-Chair of the Society for Classical Learning and previously served as a classical school head for 10 years.

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