Time to Mind: A Story of “Much, Not Many” and Logic School Flourishing


by
Brett Tohlen November 9, 2018


Presented at:
2018 SCL Annual Conference

ABSTRACT:

Because learning is "slow, effortful, and uncertain," the Classical principle of "much, not many" shapes a program at all levels – classroom culture, pedagogical structure, curriculum and scheduling – to provide time for students to know and love.


TAGS:

Classical Education Curriculum Logic School Pedagogy School Culture


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Brett Tohlen
Brett Tohlen is the Logic School Director for The Covenant School of Dallas. Before assuming that role four years ago, he taught Upper School literature and bible for several years. Brett has a master's degree in humanities from the University of Dallas.


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