David Diener offers an introduction to Plato’s educational thought
June 17, 2016
Rob Williams share the necessity for winsome instruction and practical examples of how it might be achieved in the classroom.
Rick Trumbo discusses practical ideas for instructing students in writing in the context of an interdisciplinary Humanities course.
Sean Riley explores ways of structuring space (primarily classroom architecture) and time (scheduling) to promote the flourishing of faculty and students.
Francine Rader discusses teaching our students to locate, evaluate, and effectively use this information in an ethical manner with wisdom, discernment, and savvy.
Modern Pressures, Ancient Practices, Space for Grace-A Chapel Theme for Christians in the Current Cultural Moment
Bryan Verbrugge discusses a theme for chapel in the current cultural moment.
David Noe provides Latin teachers at the primary and secondary levels with simple and tested strategies for developing active Latin use in their classrooms.
Paul Wolfe gives a brief overview of major epochs of Christian hermeneutics in order to set up a demonstration of the distinctions and similarities between pre-modern, modern, and post-modern interpretive pre-suppositions.
Jason Lewis introduces the 3C analysis and offer examples of how capacity, commitment, and confidence are assessed in the feasibility study process.
Joshua Gibbs discusses how acedia is spiritual sluggishness, a dullness of soul.