Pre-Conference: Explaining and Teaching Virtue to Baptized Skeptics- Part 6 (J. Gibbs)

by Josh Gibbs December 10, 2018

Classical teachers face an uphill battle. They help students cultivate virtue despite the fact that many Christians do not believe that cultivating virtue is important. Rather, many American Christians believe that gaining virtue is an unnecessary concern of delusional Christians who don’t understand that salvation is by grace alone. The Christian teacher needs both a […]

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Pre-Conference: Explaining and Teaching Virtue to Baptized Skeptics- Part 5 (J. Gibbs)

by Josh Gibbs December 4, 2018

Classical teachers face an uphill battle. They help students cultivate virtue despite the fact that many Christians do not believe that cultivating virtue is important. Rather, many American Christians believe that gaining virtue is an unnecessary concern of delusional Christians who don’t understand that salvation is by grace alone. The Christian teacher needs both a […]

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Pre-Conference: Explaining and Teaching Virtue to Baptized Skeptics- Part 4 (J. Gibbs)

by Josh Gibbs December 4, 2018

Classical teachers face an uphill battle. They help students cultivate virtue despite the fact that many Christians do not believe that cultivating virtue is important. Rather, many American Christians believe that gaining virtue is an unnecessary concern of delusional Christians who don’t understand that salvation is by grace alone. The Christian teacher needs both a […]

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Pre-Conference: Explaining and Teaching Virtue to Baptized Skeptics- Part 3 (J. Gibbs)

by Josh Gibbs November 28, 2018

Classical teachers face an uphill battle. They help students cultivate virtue despite the fact that many Christians do not believe that cultivating virtue is important. Rather, many American Christians believe that gaining virtue is an unnecessary concern of delusional Christians who don’t understand that salvation is by grace alone. The Christian teacher needs both a […]

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Pre-Conference Session: Explaining and Teaching Virtue to Baptized Skeptics- Part 2 (J. Gibbs)

by Pre-Conference Session: Explaining and Teaching Virtue to Baptized Skeptics- Part 2 (J. Gibbs) November 28, 2018

Classical teachers face an uphill battle. They help students cultivate virtue despite the fact that many Christians do not believe that cultivating virtue is important. Rather, many American Christians believe that gaining virtue is an unnecessary concern of delusional Christians who don’t understand that salvation is by grace alone. The Christian teacher needs both a […]

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Pre-Conference Session: Explaining and Teaching Virtue to Baptized Skeptics- Part 1 (J. Gibbs)

by Josh Gibbs November 28, 2018

Classical teachers face an uphill battle. They help students cultivate virtue despite the fact that many Christians do not believe that cultivating virtue is important. Rather, many American Christians believe that gaining virtue is an unnecessary concern of delusional Christians who don’t understand that salvation is by grace alone. The Christian teacher needs both a […]

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Pre-Conference Session: Explaining and Teaching Virtue to Baptized Skeptics (A. Smith)

by Andrew Smith November 28, 2018

Classical teachers face an uphill battle. They help students cultivate virtue despite the fact that many Christians do not believe that cultivating virtue is important. Rather, many American Christians believe that gaining virtue is an unnecessary concern of delusional Christians who don’t understand that salvation is by grace alone. The Christian teacher needs both a […]

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Plenary 4: Al Mohler

by Al Mohler November 10, 2018
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Plenary 3: Al Mohler

by Al Mohler November 9, 2018
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Plenary 1: Spiritual Thinking

by Carolyn Weber November 9, 2018
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The Music of the Spheres and the Hidden Places of the Mind

by Greg Wilbur November 9, 2018

It is no secret that music affects the brain in particular ways that other types of learning do not and cannot. How can we seek to engage all of our mind with a proper understanding of musical studies—not as enrichment or extracurricular, but as an integrated part of knowledge and educational disciplines?

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Taking Classical Mainstream

by Jeremy Tate November 9, 2018

Classical educators should be the ones to set new standards of excellence for the entire nation. Currently, Classical schools have to defer to the standardized tests of the failing educational establishment. These standards, especially as seen in the SAT and ACT, communicate to students and families that the most salient features of classical schools are […]

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Essential Logic: What Every Teacher Should Know in Order to Effectively Utilize and Integrate Logic Into His or Her Subject Area

by Jeremy Sturdivant November 9, 2018

As Classical Christian educators, we see logic as so essential to what and how we teach that we refer to the second stage of learning as dialectic and to the corresponding school as the school of logic. While many Upper School teachers would like to integrate logic into their classes, many have not received formal […]

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Voting for Nazis: Cultivating Empathy in the Secondary History Classroom

by Alana Speth November 9, 2018

Teaching European history to 15- and 16-year-olds presents dual challenges. One must get students genuinely invested in events of the past before getting them to empathize with people and situations they perceive as different from themselves. There are two significant barriers that must be overcome: lack of humility and possession of too much information. Without […]

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Rhetoric at Your School: Centerpiece or Add-On?

by Andrew Smith November 9, 2018

More than likely, your school views its Rhetoric program as a distinctive. It is an aspect of your school that sets it apart from other schools in your geographic community and it is something that allows your constituencies to rest assured that you really are offering a Classical curriculum. But can you say in all […]

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