LIBERALIS - LIBERAL ARTS EDUCATION & STORYTELLING
We bring classical ways of thinking and learning in touch with traditional storytelling and the latest thinking in terms of educational research and pedagogy in an approach that combines the best of the old with the best of the new.
As classical education publishers, our books are designed to appeal to readers across the globe who are interested in expanding their minds in the quest of knowledge. We cater for primary, secondary and higher education markets, homeschoolers, parents and members of the general public who have a love of ongoing learning.
Leon is an educationalist. In addition to being the publisher for Liberalis, he works as a tutor, trainer and oracy consultant.
His background is that of a voice and public speaking trainer. He studied music as an undergraduate and did an RCA/V&A MA Degree in the History of Design and Material Culture. Leon speaks 5 languages, and has had numerous articles to do with voice training and material culture history published in specialist journals and magazines as well as being a published poet and author. Leon has worked as an editor, proofreader, storyteller and performance poet and his practice is informed by an integrated approach to teaching the classical world of the liberal arts curriculum.
Liberalis books are available at major on-line, traditional and independent bookstores worldwide
Titles for 2015
A content-free approach to a structure to facilitate learning in an educational setting. This is the first book of a series and covers the overview, structure and methodology of the concept.
Secrets of Creation Series - Volumes 1, 2 & 3.
Secrets of Creation is a trilogy of books which makes accessible certain deep issues concerning the workings of the number system to an interested, educated, non-mathematical audience.
A practical manual on storytelling and literacy teaching with material and the benefit of twenty years successful practice.It covers any change in the curriculum.
How well do you know your history? Pit your wits against this collection of 30 cultural riddles featuring popular historical stories and legends.
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