LCS Middle School
In middle school, we focus our sixth through eighth grade students on learning how to think. Our rich curriculum and strong emphasis on Socratic teaching methods engages our students within the logic stage of our teaching philosophy, the Trivium. For example, while our students are engaged in seminars, debates, and speeches, our teachers are viewed more as guides, which allows our students to access parts of our curriculum on their own as opposed to just directly making statements to our students for them to memorize. Teaching in this fashion allows our middle school students to become more independent and to learn how to think for themselves based on reason.
For example, a teacher may introduce new material in such a way that our students have to figure it out on their own, by following a very detailed process setup by the teacher. Socratic teaching methods are excellent ways to instruct our middle school students because developmentally speaking, these students are ready to be part of the conversation. LCS capitalizes on young adolescents, who naturally like to argue, hold discussions, or state their opinions, which is a major reason why Socratic teaching methods, applied within the logic stage of the Trivium, are very successful in our middle school classrooms.
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