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Neumann Classical School Day
Transcript of Neumann Classical School Day
My Tablet Study
1. Time Delay
2. Adaption Problem to All devices
If you can dream - and not make dreams your master;
If you can think - and not make thoughts your aim;
- Rudyard Kipling
1.Respond to SW company
2.Co-work with SW company
3.searching Know-How cooperator
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2. Tablet development
3. Android History
4. Popularity & Sales
Discover + Knowledge => Solution
“It's not the customer's job to know what they want” -Steve Jobs
T:Drive - Data Chat - Grade Level
T:Drive - Data Chat - Grade Level
What is a
A Curriculum Rooted in
Western History and Culture
Traditional Teaching Methods
What Will Your Child Learn?
How to Be a Good Citizen
How to Grow as Faithful Sons and Daughters of God
So... How is it different from other systems of Education?
OTHER SCHOOLS PRIMARILY SEEK TO PREPARE STUDENTS FOR THE FUTURE.
WHILE WE TOO UNDERSTAND THAT THIS SHOULD BE A PROMINENT END RESULT OF A GOOD EDUCATION...
ALSO SEEK TO TEACH
OUR STUDENTS TO VALUE KNOWLEDGE FOR ITS OWN SAKE!
SON OR DAUGHTER
Helping Students Discern the Good and the Bad, the Better and the Worse.
A Classical Education...
What are we trying to do with your Child's Mind?
The School Day Starts at 8:30 AM with Assembly
Assembly is followed by Holy Mass
Reading and Writing
While Their Minds
Are Most Alert
MORNING CLASSES ARE FOLLOWED BY A SHORT RECESS PERIOD, AFTER WHICH THE STUDENTS TURN THEIR ATTENTION TO...
Increases Concentration Levels in Children
Allows our Students to Spend Pent-up Energy
the Neumann Classical School day ends
younger students, this might involve singing a song with a teacher or learning brief memory games
Studies show that the brain fatigues after 50 minutes of concentration
At Neumann, Subjects are studied in 30 - 50 minute slots
each slot, our scholars
take short breaks before returning their attention
to concentrated learning.
At Neumann, we are putting a lot of thought into maximizing our schedule so that our students are not burdened by an overlong school day
This allows our students to...
And spend time
with their families
Engage in Music
Thank you for expressing your interest in Neumann Classical School
Reach us at www.neumannschool.org
Applications are available online
Feel free to reach out to us with any more questions
CLASSES ARE PAUSED FOR THE ANGELUS. A SHORT WHILE LATER, CLASSES BREAK FOR...
During recess, our students engage in UNSTRUCTURED PLAY
This is very important for a child's development. Among other benefits, unstructured play...
After lunch and recess, students return to the classroom with renewed energy. They spend the afternoon engaged in a combination of the following classes...
The Fruits of a Neumann Education
Who will our children be at the end of their classical education?
Studies show that
students at classical curriculum schools tend to test higher than students from other schools. They are also more likely to do well in both college and the
Anthony B. Splittgerber, ‘The Effects of Classical Education on Achievement in Lutheran Schools’ (2010, Concordia University) http://www.zionkearney.org/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/Splittgerber.classicalresearch.spring2010.pdf
A study in Philadelphia showed 4th – 6th graders who studied Latin placed a full year higher on the Iowa Test of Basic Skills.
Students who study Latin also test
higher than other students.
Similarly, the 1981 LaFleur study found that the average verbal score for Latin students on the SAT was nearly 150 points higher than those of non-Latin students.
For additional research on the study of Latin and academic performance see Alice K. DeVane, ‘Efficacy of Latin Studies in the Information Age’ (1997, Valdosta State University) http:// teach.valdosta.edu/whuitt/files/latin.html
But why is that?
Dorothy Sayers: "[T]he best grounding for education is the Latin grammar. I say this, not because Latin is traditional and mediaeval, but simply because even a rudimentary knowledge of Latin cuts down the labor and pains of learning almost any other subject by at least fifty percent. It is the key to the vocabulary and structure of all the Teutonic [and Romance] languages, as well as to the technical vocabulary of all the sciences and to the literature of the entire Mediterranean civilization, together with all its historical documents. … Latin should be begun as early as possible–at a time when inflected speech seems no more astonishing than any other phenomenon in an astonishing world; and when the chanting of “Amo, amas, amat” is as ritually agreeable to the feelings as the chanting of “eeny, meeny, miney, moe.” (Dorothy Sayers, “The Lost Tools of Learning”)
Your son or daughter will have a good grasp of Western History and Culture
And will have been taught to appreciate all that our predecessors have to offer us!
They will have learned the teachings of the Catholic Church from Orthodox sources and teachers...
And will have discovered that learning does not end when school ends... Rather, they will seek to become life-long learners and lovers of education.