John Mays discusses discovery and discipleship in science.
June 25, 2015
Geary Linhart shares tested procedures for implementing and managing fruitful Harnkess discussions for grades 8 – 12.
Jason Lewis discusses how community alignment, hiring decisions, shared leadership and measuring performance can dramatically increase the effectiveness of your school’s small development shop.
Christian Kopff discusses Dante’s Paradiso.
Jean Kim shares ten important lessons learned in the first ten years of being headmaster.
Andrew Kern proposes that Homer meant the Iliad to be understood and used as a guide to rhetoric – and that there is no better handbook available.
Ravi Jain explore how employing a holistic curriculum, an incarnational pedagogy, and an interdisciplinary approach can begin to address Lewis’ concerns.
Rachel Greb addresses finding beauty in the midst of tragedy, and how it is necessary to complete the experience of reading the Greek tragedians.
Lynn Gilpin shares how to integrate science with history, math, writing and more!
Harlan Gilliam gives a historical overview of the Regents Science and Nature Center and the programs goals and practices.