Introducing the Lessonface Forum
Have questions or thoughts you'd like to share with others here at Lessonface? We invite you to take part in the Lessonface forum. Teachers and students are posting on topics that go before, alongside, & beyond lessons.
The slightly modifiedThe School of Athens, above, is a mural by Raphael from 1509. It depicts the classical spirit of the Renaissance, with the more recent addition of a viol into the arms of Pythagoras. The School of Athens includes the likenesses of many renowned philosophers in discussion in the open air.
Open air discussions, like this, were the original meaning of the word forum. There's Plato, center, grey beard, talking to with Aristotle, brown beard. Plato may have been saying, at that very moment, "Music is a moral law. It gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and charm and gaiety to life and to everything."
So, the Lessonface forum is open for discussion! It's free to take part, of course, though we do have to approve the first post from any particular user, whether teacher or student. This is a necessary, if slightly annoying step to preventing the forum being overrun with spam.