Leading Your Team Through a Strategic Organizational Structure: Principles and Guidelines for All Sizes of Schools

by Rod Gilbert July 22, 2017

Leading a team of visionary adults through changes and organizational patterns can be daunting. Everyone has opinions. all opinions need to be heard. And then somebody has to make a decision to “go” or “no-go” on a change or advancement. Come to this workshop, and I will share the ways that I have done this […]

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Principled Leadership: Making a Vision Actually Work

by Craig Doerksen July 22, 2017

The ideal vision of a classical Christian education is very attractive. It can be easy to, in the name of that ideal, try to do things as a school that actually don’t work. But you know that they should! Come learn how to start with principles and apply them so that you can turn your […]

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Teaching Writing in Humanities Courses

by Rick Trumbo June 6, 2016

Join veteran teacher Rick Trumbo of Veritas School in a conversation about practical ideas for instructing students in writing in the context of an interdisciplinary humanities course. Rick will suggest general principles of writing instruction and specific assignments and methods of assessment which he has employed, as well as soliciting discussion from workshop participants in […]

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Eight Essential Pedogical Principles of Classical Education

by Christopher Perrin June 10, 2013

In this seminar I will highlight eight important pedaogical principles that come down to us from the classical tradition, with a goal of showing how a deep understanding of principles will naturally lead to effective practices. The eight principles highlighted will be: festinal lente (make haste slowly), multum non multa (much not many), repetitio mater […]

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