Welcome to Classical Education Matters
Written by Tim Hall, Ph.D. Director of Academics at Thales Academy and Senior Fellow of Religious Freedom Education at the Religious Freedom Institute
Classical Education Matters
- What Can We Learn from Homer?
- What Can We Learn From Thomas Becket?
- What Can We Learn From Aristotle?
- Digital Resources on Socrates, Socratic Dialogues, and the Greeks
- What Can We Learn From Plato?
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Tim Hall, Ph.D. is Director Academics of Thales Academy and a Senior Fellow at the Religious Freedom Institute. He is the author of several textbook supplements, curriculums, standards, and several popular history texts, including The Complete Idiot’s Guide to World History and The Complete Idiot’s Guide to the Middle Ages. He is passionate about classical education and education for religious literacy, freedom, and diversity. As an educator, Dr. Hall has taught AP World History, AP European History, AP Psychology, and Medieval Studies. He has received numerous awards, including two schoolteacher studentships to Oxford University and research fellowships to the Kierkegaard Library at St. Olaf College. Dr. Hall has also worked with the College of William and Mary to curriculum materials for the teaching of separation of church and state as part of a National Endowment for the Humanities