A hallmark of classical education is laying strong foundations in both the liberal arts and a broad knowledge-base for core subjects. The bedrock skill of memorization sets elementary-age students up for success in all later learning. Memory work builds the powers of the mind to be nimble, strong, and prepared to apply itself to any area of study. To that end, TAN Academy's flagship memory work program, Classical Catholic Enrichment (CCE), helps develop children's love of learning and trains their minds for long-term retention. CCE engages students in fun memory work through music and chanting exercises in key disciplines. Watch their self-confidence and excitement grow as they master a broad range of facts and foundations in seven subjects weekly! The program is flexible for families of every size and is featured in the TAN Academy lesson plans for grades 1 - 5. The work may be scaled to any age and is suitable for every learning style! Families may use this product for multiple children. Your purchase includes the textbook, with a full year's worth of memory work in Latin, math, the Catholic faith, grammar, geography, maps, history facts, and history timeline dates, a set of maps and timeline for the history work. full access to audio recordings of music, chants, and vocab pronunciation.
A hallmark of classical education is laying strong foundations in both the liberal arts and a broad knowledge-base for core subjects. The bedrock skill of memorization sets elementary-age students up for success in all later learning. Memory work builds the powers of the mind to be nimble, strong, and prepared
Type: BOOK - Published: 2019-02-21 - Publisher: CRC Press
With contributions from nearly 80 international experts, this comprehensive resource covers diverse issues, aspects, and features of public administration and policy around the world. It focuses on bureaucracy and bureaucratic politics in developing and industrialized countries and emphasizing administrative performance and policy implementation, as well as political system maintenance and
Type: BOOK - Published: 1995 - Publisher: University of Illinois Press
Modernism has long been seen as either a symptom of decadence or a sign of emancipation. Vivian Heller argues that Joyce's writing cannot be categorized as either decadent or emancipatory because it is predicated on the dialectical intimacy of these two terms. Heller relies on Joyce's changing use of epiphany