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Ask Andrew

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Ask Andrew
Ask Andrew

Ask Andrew

CiRCE Institute Podcast Network

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The Ask Andrew Podcast features weekly reflections on the purpose and nature of classical education from Andrew Kern, author of Classical Education: The Movement Sweeping American, and President of the CiRCE Institute. Each week Andrew will tackle a key idea, term, or theme in classical education, briefly defining it and explaining its purpose and place within classical pedagogy.

Latest Episodes

On Catechism in Education (part 4)

Welcome to Ask Andrew, a weekly podcast where Andrew Kern contemplates important ideas, essential terms, and unavoidable themes in classical education–and what they mean for the day-to-day of teaching and learning.In this episode, Andrew offers some additional thoughts in response to question about the place and purpose of catechism in education. This is part 4 of a series of episodes on the topic. Remember: subscribe, rate, review!

19 MINJUL 2
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On Catechism in Education (part 4)

On Catechism in Education (Part 3)

Welcome to Ask Andrew, a weekly podcast where Andrew Kern contemplates important ideas, essential terms, and unavoidable themes in classical education–and what they mean for the day-to-day of teaching and learning.In this episode, Andrew offers some additional thoughts in response to question about the place and purpose of catechism in education. This is part 3 of a series of episodes on the topic and focuses on the practical applications of catechism in the classroom.

24 MINJUN 3
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On Catechism in Education (Part 3)

On Catechism in Education (Part 2)

Welcome to Ask Andrew, a weekly podcast where Andrew Kern contemplates important ideas, essential terms, and unavoidable themes in classical education–and what they mean for the day-to-day of teaching and learning.In this episode, Andrew offers some additional thoughts in response to question about the place and purpose of catechism in education. This is part 2 of a series of episodes on the topic and focuses on the practical applications of catechism in the classroom.

26 MINMAR 1
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On Catechism in Education (Part 2)

On Catechism in Education (Part 1)

Welcome to Ask Andrew, a weekly podcast where Andrew Kern contemplates important ideas, essential terms, and unavoidable themes in classical education–and what they mean for the day-to-day of teaching and learning.In this episode, Andrew answers a question about the place and purpose of catechism in education. This is part 1 of a series of episodes on the topic and focuses on the various types - and history - of catechism in the world of education.

26 MINFEB 23
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On Catechism in Education (Part 1)

What is the purpose of the k-12 education?

Welcome to Ask Andrew, a weekly podcast where Andrew Kern contemplates important ideas, essential terms, and unavoidable themes in classical education–and what they mean for the day-to-day of teaching and learning.In this episode, Andrew answers a question about the purpose of k-12 education, with some help from Stratford Caldecott, David Hicks, and Tony Jarvis.

26 MINFEB 15
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What is the purpose of the k-12 education?

Why are the common topics so important?

Welcome to Ask Andrew, a weekly podcast where Andrew Kern contemplates important ideas, essential terms, and unavoidable themes in classical education–and what they mean for the day-to-day of teaching and learning.In this episode Andrew answers a question the importance of the common topics of invention, and discusses their history and usage over the years. Remember: subscribe, rate, review!

28 MINFEB 2
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Why are the common topics so important?

Why do you claim that the "Iliad" is the best handbook for rhetoric?

Welcome to Ask Andrew, a weekly podcast where Andrew Kern contemplates important ideas, essential terms, and unavoidable themes in classical education–and what they mean for the day-to-day of teaching and learning.In this episode Andrew answers a question about his recurring claim that Homer's Iliad is the best handbook for rhetoric ever written. Remember: subscribe, rate, review!

20 MINFEB 2
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Why do you claim that the "Iliad" is the best handbook for rhetoric?

Why do we need a cosmology other than the one provided by current science?

Welcome to Ask Andrew, a weekly podcast where Andrew Kern (President of the CiRCE Institute and co-author of the book, Classical Education: The Movement Sweeping America) contemplates important ideas, essential terms, and unavoidable themes in classical education–and what they mean for the day-to-day of teaching and learning.In this episode Andrew answers a question about cosmology and its importance within the classical paradigm and the classical Christian classroom. Remember: subscribe, rate, review!

23 MINJAN 19
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Why do we need a cosmology other than the one provided by current science?

What are the top 5 ideals any classical school should embody?

Welcome to Ask Andrew, a weekly podcast where Andrew Kern (President of the CiRCE Institute and co-author of the book, Classical Education: The Movement Sweeping America) contemplates important ideas, essential terms, and unavoidable themes in classical education–and what they mean for the day-to-day of teaching and learning.In this episode Andrew discusses the ideals that all really good classical school (and/or other academic programs) embody - and what to look for in a school for you kids.Remember: subscribe, rate, review!

22 MINJAN 10
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What are the top 5 ideals any classical school should embody?

What is an "ideal type" and does it necessarily lead to moralizing?

Welcome to Ask Andrew, a weekly podcast where Andrew Kern (President of the CiRCE Institute and co-author of the book, Classical Education: The Movement Sweeping America) contemplates important ideas, essential terms, and unavoidable themes in classical education–and what they mean for the day-to-day of teaching and learning.In this episode Andrew discusses the concept of the "ideal type," it's role in teaching/reading, and whether it leads to moralizing.

17 MINJAN 3
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What is an "ideal type" and does it necessarily lead to moralizing?

Latest Episodes

On Catechism in Education (part 4)

Welcome to Ask Andrew, a weekly podcast where Andrew Kern contemplates important ideas, essential terms, and unavoidable themes in classical education–and what they mean for the day-to-day of teaching and learning.In this episode, Andrew offers some additional thoughts in response to question about the place and purpose of catechism in education. This is part 4 of a series of episodes on the topic. Remember: subscribe, rate, review!

19 MINJUL 2
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On Catechism in Education (part 4)

On Catechism in Education (Part 3)

Welcome to Ask Andrew, a weekly podcast where Andrew Kern contemplates important ideas, essential terms, and unavoidable themes in classical education–and what they mean for the day-to-day of teaching and learning.In this episode, Andrew offers some additional thoughts in response to question about the place and purpose of catechism in education. This is part 3 of a series of episodes on the topic and focuses on the practical applications of catechism in the classroom.

24 MINJUN 3
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On Catechism in Education (Part 3)

On Catechism in Education (Part 2)

Welcome to Ask Andrew, a weekly podcast where Andrew Kern contemplates important ideas, essential terms, and unavoidable themes in classical education–and what they mean for the day-to-day of teaching and learning.In this episode, Andrew offers some additional thoughts in response to question about the place and purpose of catechism in education. This is part 2 of a series of episodes on the topic and focuses on the practical applications of catechism in the classroom.

26 MINMAR 1
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On Catechism in Education (Part 2)

On Catechism in Education (Part 1)

Welcome to Ask Andrew, a weekly podcast where Andrew Kern contemplates important ideas, essential terms, and unavoidable themes in classical education–and what they mean for the day-to-day of teaching and learning.In this episode, Andrew answers a question about the place and purpose of catechism in education. This is part 1 of a series of episodes on the topic and focuses on the various types - and history - of catechism in the world of education.

26 MINFEB 23
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On Catechism in Education (Part 1)

What is the purpose of the k-12 education?

Welcome to Ask Andrew, a weekly podcast where Andrew Kern contemplates important ideas, essential terms, and unavoidable themes in classical education–and what they mean for the day-to-day of teaching and learning.In this episode, Andrew answers a question about the purpose of k-12 education, with some help from Stratford Caldecott, David Hicks, and Tony Jarvis.

26 MINFEB 15
Comments
What is the purpose of the k-12 education?

Why are the common topics so important?

Welcome to Ask Andrew, a weekly podcast where Andrew Kern contemplates important ideas, essential terms, and unavoidable themes in classical education–and what they mean for the day-to-day of teaching and learning.In this episode Andrew answers a question the importance of the common topics of invention, and discusses their history and usage over the years. Remember: subscribe, rate, review!

28 MINFEB 2
Comments
Why are the common topics so important?

Why do you claim that the "Iliad" is the best handbook for rhetoric?

Welcome to Ask Andrew, a weekly podcast where Andrew Kern contemplates important ideas, essential terms, and unavoidable themes in classical education–and what they mean for the day-to-day of teaching and learning.In this episode Andrew answers a question about his recurring claim that Homer's Iliad is the best handbook for rhetoric ever written. Remember: subscribe, rate, review!

20 MINFEB 2
Comments
Why do you claim that the "Iliad" is the best handbook for rhetoric?

Why do we need a cosmology other than the one provided by current science?

Welcome to Ask Andrew, a weekly podcast where Andrew Kern (President of the CiRCE Institute and co-author of the book, Classical Education: The Movement Sweeping America) contemplates important ideas, essential terms, and unavoidable themes in classical education–and what they mean for the day-to-day of teaching and learning.In this episode Andrew answers a question about cosmology and its importance within the classical paradigm and the classical Christian classroom. Remember: subscribe, rate, review!

23 MINJAN 19
Comments
Why do we need a cosmology other than the one provided by current science?

What are the top 5 ideals any classical school should embody?

Welcome to Ask Andrew, a weekly podcast where Andrew Kern (President of the CiRCE Institute and co-author of the book, Classical Education: The Movement Sweeping America) contemplates important ideas, essential terms, and unavoidable themes in classical education–and what they mean for the day-to-day of teaching and learning.In this episode Andrew discusses the ideals that all really good classical school (and/or other academic programs) embody - and what to look for in a school for you kids.Remember: subscribe, rate, review!

22 MINJAN 10
Comments
What are the top 5 ideals any classical school should embody?

What is an "ideal type" and does it necessarily lead to moralizing?

Welcome to Ask Andrew, a weekly podcast where Andrew Kern (President of the CiRCE Institute and co-author of the book, Classical Education: The Movement Sweeping America) contemplates important ideas, essential terms, and unavoidable themes in classical education–and what they mean for the day-to-day of teaching and learning.In this episode Andrew discusses the concept of the "ideal type," it's role in teaching/reading, and whether it leads to moralizing.

17 MINJAN 3
Comments
What is an "ideal type" and does it necessarily lead to moralizing?
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