Resources

These are just a sampling of the resources you may find useful in your consideration of Classical education. A word of warning: There are many great resources and it’s very easy to get overwhelmed. Keep it simple and enjoy!

NOTE: Publications, authors, and publishers are listed only as a convenience for parents. Listing of these resources does not constitute an endorsement by, or any affiliation with, Classical Conversations of Downtown Tulsa or Classical Conversations, Inc. Parents are encouraged to review all curricula to ensure it aligns with the educational, spiritual, and moral standards of their home.

Helpful Books

The Lost Tools of Learning by Dorothy L. Sayers


The Lost Tools of Learning by Dorothy L. Sayers

The Core
by Leigh Bortins

The Well Trained Mind by Susan Wise Bauer

The Well Trained Mind
by Susan Wise Bauer

Recovering the Lost Tools of Learning

Recovering the Lost Tools of Learning
by Douglas Wilson

The Question

The Question
by Leigh Bortins

Teaching From Rest

Teaching From Rest
by Sarah MacKenzie

Classical Christian Education Made Approachable

The Conversation
by Leigh Bortins

Websites of Interest

Classical Conversations

Circe Institute

The Well-Trained Mind

OCHEC

Publishers of Classical Curricula

Classical Conversations Bookstore

Classical Academic Press

Peace Hill Press

Memoria Press

Veritas Press

Center for Lit

Roman Roads Media

Blogs that Inspire

Half-a-Hundred Acre Wood

Amongst Lovely Things

Grace Laced

 

 

 

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