Reading Time: < 1 minute Bill St. Cyr discusses Charlotte Mason’s view that children are persons.
June 27, 2015
Reading Time: < 1 minute Joshua Smith discusses various approaches to reading Latin.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Joshua Smith presents the meaning and goals of conversation and communication in Latin teaching, along with the reasons for this approach and some of its possible challenges.
Reading Time: 2 minutes George Sanker discusses how a classical liberal arts education becomes more crucial for our students and their families as we seek to prepare them to enter their future vocations with the wisdom to navigate the varied social environments that they will inhabit.
Reading Time: 1 minute Sean Riley discusses how classical education prepares students for the 21st century.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Keith Nix explores best practices and tools of the trade that will help you shine as you wear your various “hats” as the head of school.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Steve Miittwede argues that properly conceived and situated study of ES prepares our students for wise stewardship of the Earth, and for responsible involvement in societal dialogue and decision-making.
Reading Time: 2 minutes John Mays examines a wide variety of ways in which the heavens declare God’s glory to us, including anthropic implications in contemporary science that have been responsible for driving some notable atheists to faith.