Louis Markos discusses balance in a world gone mad.
June 27, 2019
Louis Markos discusses Virgil’s role in teaching Christian Europe the shape of history.
Paul Schaeffer addresses whether
it is proper to understand the Trivium as developmental stages.
Peter Baur discusses seeing your students as image-bearers.
Ryan Anderson discusses a balanced approach to policy issues, a nuanced vision of human embodiment and a sober and honest survey of the costs of getting human nature wrong.
Allison Jackson leads a practical session to explore ways that rigorous academics can be balanced with different strategies.
Michael Lindsay discusses how the classical virtues inform leadership.
Geneva School teachers share lessons they learned from transitioning to a
conceptually-based, problem-solving focused mathematics
curriculum for upper grades.
Jenni Helj and Haidee Thesing discuss practical ways to help students relate well with others.
Mark Phillips helps educators gain confidence to teach and equip the next generation with apologetic science.