Unplugged Mom – “More Trivium: Grammar” – with Gene Odening

Posted on January 9, 2012 by TriviumEducation 4 Comments

In this episode, Gene Odening helps us discover and review the Grammar phase of learning as it relates to the concept of Trivium. When we open our mind to the concept of learning organically, we see that human development, as it relates to learning and building relationships with our world and each other, occurs in a natural proression. Grammar refers to the first stage in this progression. It is the stage of introduction, discovery, knowledge. In this episode we will discover what this means and how it relates to the following phases of progression.

You can learn more about the Trivium concept by visiting the Trivium Binder

Visit Gene on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001421970450

If you haven’t, please give a listen to the introduction to this series here

Feel free to leave feedback or ask questions!

Mentioned in this episode (and throughout the series)
Trivium By: Sister Miriam Joseph can be found and purchased through the UM Amazon shop

Information on Mortimer Adler

Lost Tools of Learning By: Dorothy Sayers


  • Christian Anderson says:

    Awesome, great work.

    • Pixie Xele says:

      WAY to long of an intro. We tune in to hear the guest, not to hear personal experiences of the host. Sorry to be harsh but most people will lose interest or run out of time before the guest even comes on.

  • Rizal Smarts says:

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  • Kayhla says:

    Thank you Mom, please keep it up! As for Pixie… you might want to check your list of fallacies (which I am assuming you have, but that in and of itself would be a fallacy) before commenting on the thoughts of others. See, I even used a qualifier.

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