Andrew Selby discusses broad practical suggestions for how we should approach teaching the art of Grammar in classical Christian schools, motivated by loving the little things.
June 28, 2018
Barbara Seidle discusses the use of primary sources in teaching history to Grammar School students.
Jim Reynolds and Bob Ingram discuss winning the war for talent by finding and keeping passionate and competent teachers who are not just high IQ, but high EQ, as well.
Martha Reed explores practical ways to promote God-esteem in the classical classroom.
Sara Kennedy explores the goals and design of a leadership course for students that aligns with the ethos of classical Christian education.
Ravi Jain considers how we can recover for students the wonder of an enchanted cosmos that God has spoken — or perhaps sung — into being.
Howard Davis looks at the book of Judges to learn what happens when discipleship is lost and also explores how to effectively disciple through our schools in today’s culture.
Why Knowledge Matters: How an Over-Emphasis on Skills is Corrupting the Classroom and What Can Be Done About It
Martin Cothran discusses the importance of content knowledge over specific skills.
Leslie Collins presents a philosophy of inclusion and practical principles for providing student support.
Kevin Clark provides concrete examples of the liberal arts.