Dr. Christopher Perrin discusses eight important principles of teaching that come from the classical tradition of education: festina lente (make haste slowly); multum non multa (much not many); repetito mater memoria (repetition the mother of memory); songs and chants; embodied learning; educational virtues; wonder and curiosity; schole and contemplation.
Michael G. Sheppard
Michael Sheppard is the General Counsel attorney for the Professional Educators Foundation in Brentwood, Tennessee. With over thirty years of professional and legal experience, his objective in every case is to serve as a medium in providing his clients with the best representation. Currently, as an educational lawyer, Michael sees himself as a soldier in the fight for education equity. No matter what the case, no matter what the situation, Michael believes in providing teachers the necessary aid and support in ensuring the best education for our youth’s future.