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Aristotle’s Lyceum, also referred to as the Peripatetic School because Aristotle would teach by discussing and conversing with pupils as they walked along the shady lanes of the garden (peripatēticus) rather than lecturing inside the four walls of a rigid classroom. Like Plato, Aristotle was a master-student and fellow devotee of Socrates and the “Socratic Method” which greatly influences the way we teach adults even today. Sourcing is Sui Generis But of what relevance is this to you today? It h
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