Interview with Andrew Pudewa on Classical Education
Daniel Foucachon interviews Andrew Pudewa from IEW (Institute for Excellence in Writing) at the CiRCE Institute summer conference in 2015 on the subject of Classical Education.
Subjects covered: What are some of the greatest “Great Books”? How do we deal with feeling inadequate to give a classical education to our children? What are some good books to get started with a classical education? If you could dine with any three educators, who would they be? What advice (and resources) do you have for writers? Poetry, learning styles, memory, history of education in America, and more!
YouTube version HERE.
Books and resources to get started with a classical education:
- Recovering the Lost Tools of Learning, by Douglas Wilson
- Norms and Nobility: A Treatise on Education, by David Hicks
- Classical Education and the Homeschool, by Wes Callihan and Douglas Wilson
- The Liberal Arts Tradition: A Philosophy of Christian Classical Education, by Ravi Jain
- The Core: Teaching Your Child the Foundations of Classical Education, by Leigh Bortins
- The Well-Trained Mind: A Guide to Classical Education at Home, by Susan Wise Bauer
- The Well-Educated Mind: A Guide to the Classical Education You Never Had, by Susan Wise Bauer
- Classical Education: The Movement Sweeping America, Gene Edward Veith and Andrew Kern
- Old Western Culture, a Christian Approach to the Great Books (curriculum), by Wes Callihan
- The Gods of the Copybook Headings (referenced poem), by Kipling
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