Why would a successful classical educator leave a school in America to move to Africa? How do you know if you are called by God to serve as a missionary?
In the middle of the phrase “liberal arts education” is the important word “liberal”. But how are these arts liberal? Some say it is that these arts are liberating; they free men and women who study them.
Developing a clear and effective administrative structure is fundamental to building a great school.
Given that Rhetoric itself is a disputed term-variously defined by different practitioners, theorists, and philosophers in different time periods--adding the adjective Christian to the word Rhetoric only serves to further muddy the waters.
Since the African Christian University (ACU) is the only university in the country offering classical Christian education, it serves as a case study viewing the impact that CCE has on Zambian university students.
Every School Head bears the heavy weight of responsibility, but an effective, unified, executive leadership team not only lessens that burden, enhances the effectiveness of the top leader and extends his/her tenure, but also paves the path for sustained growth and mission accomplishment.
If culture eats strategy for breakfast, then what are some strategic initiatives we can devise for consumption that will replicate within our student bodies (their culture) the altruistic elements and distinctives of our classical, Christian, collaborative (CCC) schools?
C. S. Lewis’s Chronicles of Narnia offer young readers both delightful stories and incredible spiritual insights. In this presentation, we will explore the transformational power of Aslan as the Christ figure of Narnia.
This workshop will focus on the integration of recent studies on the physiological impact of trauma on the brain with best practices and classroom strategies for teachers in serving high-trauma students in a classical Christian classroom setting.
The necessity to acquire a scientific knowledge base often leads to instruction over-emphasizing vocabulary, definitions and algorithmic problem solving. While these fundamentals help students supply correct answers on basic science tasks, they stop short of producing inquirers who are at home asking productive questions, dialoguing with peers and mentors, and articulating explanatory scientific claims supported by evidence and reasoning.