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  • How to Be Unlucky

  • Reflections on the Pursuit of Virtue
  • 著者: Joshua Gibbs
  • ナレーター: Joshua Gibbs
  • 再生時間: 7 時間 29 分
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あらすじ・解説

Once upon a time, Joshua Gibbs was a disinterested slacker who, despite attending a classical Christian school, learned little and cared even less for his studies. He was more interested in pop culture than great books and performed only the bare minimum to pass. By age 27, however, he began work at a different classical institution, teaching the same literature he merely skimmed as a student. Ten years later, Gibbs has become a popular blogger and frequent speaker at education conferences. In this series of frank reflections on an unlikely career, Gibbs contemplates what it means to be a good teacher, how great books can change lives (and how one particular book, The Consolation of Philosophy by Boethius, changed his), and why effective education is primarily concerned with the acquisition of virtue. One part literary guidebook, one part personal memoir, and one part teacher s manual, How to Be Unlucky presents a one-of-a-kind case for ancient ways of thinking about teaching in our contemporary world.

©2018 Joshua Gibbs (P)2019 CiRCE Institute

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  • Bagby
  • 2019/05/04

A Must Read for Christian Educators

Gibbs' reflections find inspiration in the teaching of medieval literature to high schoolers, but his applications are as wide-ranging as a systematic theology. This witty little volume is about cultivating the Christian life in the classroom, and it is an edifying and encouraging read.

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  • Casey J. Pettett
  • 2019/11/26

Beautiful!

This is a phenomenal read. It’s not a quick read by any stretch, so give yourself the time to really consider Gibbs’ words. Work through this slowly and, better yet, in conversation with a friend or two. I kept a commonplace book as I read, because there were so many quotes I wanted to remember. I highly recommend!