Education as Formation


by
Kevin Clark June 15, 2016


Presented at:
SCL Conference 2016

ABSTRACT:

teacher modelKevin Clark discusses education as a process of being shaped by people and ideas outside of ourselves and the importance of teachers as models of that process.


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Curriculum Formation Students Teachers


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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

A Practical Introduction to the Liberal Arts

Article - 2018 SCL Annual Conference


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