Are you enjoying a restful and relaxing summer? As the second month of the summer break begins, we present another edition of "What we're reading..." to share some of the articles and stories we're been checking out over the summer. What have you been reading lately? Please share any articles you've enjoyed of found intriguing so we can check those out this month!
Included this month: a look at the crisis of boredom in children - and what do about it, exploring reading as miracle, a look at studying Latin - and the notion that it may change your life, one parent's list of things he plans to teach his children, a look at whether classical education can tackle the challenge of fake news, an exploration of whether the memorization of hymns matters (from our own ILS Music Teacher, Miss Marie Landskroener), and more!
- When Children Say "I'm Bored" - Julie Lowe, CCEF Blog
- Reading as Miracle - Gene Veith, Cranach Blog, Patheos
- Artistic Licence: How learning Latin could change your life - Bethany White, Oxford Arts Blog
- Lessons I Plan to Teach My Children - Jonathan Schkade, The Word Endures (the CPH Blog)
- Can Classical Education Help With Fake News? - Joshua Gibbs, CiRCE Institute Blog
- Does the Memorization of Hymns Matter - Miss Marie Landskroener, CPH Music Blog
- Don't Eat Before Reading This - Anthony Bourdain, The New Yorker
- You Shall Teach Them to Your Children - Rebekah Janke, The Word Endures (the CPH Blog)