Quiddity #54: Jenny Rallens on Why (and How) Memory Cultivates Virtue
Welcome to Quiddity, the original podcast from the CiRCE Institute, featuring interviews and ideas that are important to Christian classical education.
In this episode, Jenny Rallens reflects on the ways our understanding of - and metaphors for - memory have changed in the last few centuries and what that means for our teaching and learning. She explores a more truly classical understanding and memory and provides some specific tips for developing more active memory in both students and teachers.
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