Education as Formation

by Kevin Clark June 2016

Kevin Clark discusses education as a process of being shaped by people and ideas outside of ourselves and the importance of teachers as models of that process.

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Curriculum Formation Students Teachers

Education as Formation

by Robyn Burlew June 2016

Robyn Burlew discusses the problems that can result when when we think of classical education as a method rather than as a goal of formation.

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Classical Education Formation

Panel: Deep Thinking and Embodied Thinking

by Kevin Clark June 2016

Kevin Clark, Andrew Smith, and Ravi Jain have a discussion about the nature of correct thinking and how we want students to engage the curriculum in our schools not just with their minds but with their hearts and bodies as well.  

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Classical Education Critical Thinking Gymnastic

The Philosophy of Science and Its Impact on Math and Science Instruction

by Ravi Jain June 2016

What if everything has the property of number? What if everything can be thought of both as continuous and discrete? Ravi Jain presents a brief overview of the philosophy of science and how it can inform instruction in math and science in classical Christian schools.

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Math Philosophy Science

Panel: Ken Myers, Andy Crouch, and Makoto Fujimura on Culture

by Ken Myers June 2016

Ken Myers hosts a panel with Andy Crouch and Makoto Fujimura to discuss the nature of the Christian relationship to culture.

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Art Culture Gnosticism

Teachers as Learners: The Importance of Ongoing Faculty Development

by David Diener June 2016

Ongoing learning is an essential characteristic of being a good teacher. Dr. Diener discusses the importance of ongoing professional development and offers suggestions for how to accomplish this in your school.

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Professional Development