Mo Gaffney and Susy Willetts discuss how they became a model school with Math’s No Problem by developing instruction that promotes metacognition, flexible thinking, and striving for accuracy.
E. Christian Kopff explores both Cicero’s views of the Good Life, beata vita, and his influence on major figures of the 16th and 18th centuries
Phillip Donnelly discusses the importance of the common arts for the human good.
Joshua Butcher argues that since the practice of rhetoric is inseparable from questions of Truth, Justice, and “the Good” in the polis, any educational program of rhetoric in which these matters aren’t pervasive throughout undermines the classical foundations of the art.
Joshua Gibbs discusses how the catechism has a place in the classroom.
Tim Goodwin discusses the art of debate to build the students’ Biblical worldview, through expanding a student’s ability to soundly argue on all grounds.
Alicia Brummeier discusses practical tools and teaching strategies for your own novel studies.
Matt Bianco discusses the way we educate can be seen through six dimensions: environment, community, governance, pedagogy, curriculum, and assessment.
Matt Bianco discusses rhetoric as the act of bringing two minds into harmony; it is the act of harmonizing a community.
Shannon Walker addresses designing a cross-curricular Latin program, creating interdisciplinary unit plans, and collaborating with classroom teachers to maximize the impact on students’ performance.