Reading Time: < 1 minute Dallas Shipp shows how literature can be used in a compelling combination to give students clear and reasonable grounds to believe in sexual norms, resist the destructive pressures of the age, and go on to form Christian families of their own. Never before has a creative defense of this normative vision been more urgently needed.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Elizabeth Perkins explores the role of faculty in re-enrollment and retention and how you can inspire them to assist you!
Reading Time: < 1 minute Athena Oden explores the sensory and motor systems of our human makeup, classroom strategies, handwriting, and yes, behavior.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Athena Oden explores the concepts of child development and embodied cognition with a basic tenet of classical Christian education: that man is created in the image of God.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Jason Merritt examines simple but important steps to take in the grammar/lower school, subsequent and more specific instruction offered in the rhetoric/upper school prior to the senior year, and final preparations for a well-delivered thesis presentation and defense.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Marcus Foster discusses the successes and failures of expanding language studies in a Classical School.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Marcus Foster discusses the challenges of broadening language studies in Classical Schools.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Chuck Evans provides a framework to help a school determine when consulting makes sense and when it doesn’t.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Craig Doerksen draws on a decade as division head at Regents School of Austin, sharing lessons, insights and stumbles, and discuss ways division heads can expand their capacity to fulfill their school’s mission.school.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Arron Kau shares practical reflections arising from several years of experience teaching geometry from Euclid, as well as some reflections on what this book has to teach us about that nature of mathematics and math instruction across the curriculum.