A Teacher Becomes the Student: Great Books Chicago “an affirmation of my teaching practice”

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Echoes of War: Supporting Veterans

Staff member Bill Siegel on his recent work at the Minnesota Humanities Center

Earlier this month, I was honored to represent the Great Books Foundation as a training instructor working in partnership with the ...

“This is inquiry learning at its finest . . .”

KarenLaneseKim Lanese, Assistant Principal at Norterra Canyon School ...

“Great Books discussion groups have always been an integral part of my life.”

We love little more than hearing how Great Books impacts people lives. We recently received a lovely email from long-term supporter Helen Smith and want to share her experience with you.

My association with Great ...

Overheard in a Shared Inquiry discussion: “You can’t say that! There’s no evidence in the story that proves that!”

Jean Overbroechling, a former middle-school gifted teacher from Cedar Rapids, Iowa, talks about Shared Inquiry™ discussions in her classroom.… <a ...