A Practical Introduction to the Liberal Arts


by
Kevin Clark November 8, 2018


Presented at:
2018 SCL Annual Conference

ABSTRACT:

As the tools and seeds of learning, the liberal arts of language and math have important implications for teaching and learning in the classical classroom. This session introduces the basic logic of liberal arts teaching through concrete examples.


TAGS:

Classical Education Classroom Education Learning Liberal Arts


Resources:

Kevin Clark
Kevin Clark has been a member of the rhetoric faculty at The Geneva School since 2004, where he teaches Rhetoric and Christian Thought to seniors. In 2013 he became academic dean. Kevin holds a BA in Philosophy from the University of Central Florida, an MA in Theological Studies from Reformed Theological Seminary, and is a candidate for Doctor of Liberal Studies (DLS) at Georgetown University. Kevin as recently co-authored a book on classical education with his friend and Geneva colleague Ravi Jain entitled The Liberal Arts Tradition: A Philosophy of Christian Classical Education (Classical Academic Press, 2013).

Other Contributions by Kevin Clark

Panel: Deep Thinking and Embodied Thinking

Article - SCL Conference 2016

Education as Formation

Article - SCL Conference 2016


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