The culture and the environment we have created relentlessly assaults our children’s senses and minds. The result is nothing less than a cultural attention deficit. This workshop claims that what we pay attention to and how we pay attention to it are the most formative (and therefore important) thing about us. Why is this so important? How can we cultivate attentiveness in our children and ourselves? Come and think!

Andrew Kern is a researcher, teacher and consultant in classical education. Having home schooled (with his wife) their five now grown children, and having trained many homeschool teachers through the CiRCE apprenticeship, Andrew has grown into a well-received homeschool conference speaker. He has also been consulting with classical educators for over twenty years. Andrew is founder and president of the CiRCE Institute, co-author of The Lost Tools of Writing, The CiRCE Guide to Reading, and (with Dr. Gene Edward Veith) Classical Education: The Movement Sweeping America. He and his family live in North Carolina.

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