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A Master of . . . The Latin word magister (teacher, captain, director) is the root for our English word "master." The title "Mr." is also an abbreviation for "master." When we say "Good morning, Mr. Jones," we might as well say "Good morning, Master Jones." How is it...read more
BETA RELEASE On February 5, we are stepping out to release our Beta version of ClassicalU.com to our network of Scholé Groups around the country. The Scholé Groups network will be the first to make use of ClassicalU, try it out, and give us feedback and suggestions...read more
We have discussed the need for teachers to be trained by other human beings (mentor teachers) in order that they master the art of teaching. We think that while there are several ways we could segment the training of a teacher, it is wise to conceive of it as a...read more
By now you see that we have created a training program comprising three steps—three steps toward mastery. Why three steps? Three is a respected number, with a long, noble history. I only mention that to remind everyone we are in good company. When it comes to...read more
Welcome to the ClassicalU! We have been engaged in developing this site over the last two years are excited to release it now as a beta site while we continue to refine and improve it. Please don't hesitate to send us your ideas and suggestions for improving the site...read more