CIRCE is a treasure trove for educators looking to educate Classically
(that is, educating with the primary goal of cultivating wisdom and virtue).
CIRCE is one of my most visited websites during the week.
I’m always reading something from CIRCE.
(Mostly recently I read “From Arts to Subjects“.)
where Cindy Rollins shares her wisdom and experience.
(I’ve recently been listening into their discussions about Jane Austen’s book “Pride and Prejudice”).
I also love, love, love their audios.
Lately, I’ve been listening to everything by Angelina Stanford.
so, now you know what I have to read next).
I don’t get into my car, if I’m going to be driving by myself, without an audio from CIRCE!
(although for non-US residents, it’s only an online publication
, that doesn’t have a print option,
which breaks my heart and I’m still trying to get over).
Every year I hang out for this magazine, and, then, I read it more than once.
CIRCE even has books and curriculum for you to buy.
I know! These people have all my favourite things.
I’m very keen to have a look at that.
, I find pointers towards all my Classical Education needs
– Truth, Beauty and Goodness.
If you haven’t visited their website,
(No, this is not a paid promotion. I just wondered what I could share today and decided that I should share one of my favourite website.)