Classical 104: Five Steps to Improving Every Classroom


by
Chuck Evans May 28, 2009


Presented at:
SCL Conference 2009

ABSTRACT:

Good teachers want to be effective; Administrators want to be able to provide concrete advice that helps them to achieve their goals. This workshop looks at five characteristics of classical teaching and learning that can be applied in any christian school classroom. Students will learn more, and you'll have more fun teaching them!


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Chuck Evans
Chuck Evans is a co-founder of SCL and the author with Robert Littlejohn of Wisdom and Eloquence: A Christian Paradigm for Classical Learning (Crossway 2006). From 2002-2006 Chuck served as the head of Regents School of Austin, Texas during which time Regents was established as the largest ACCS accredited institution in the country. Since 2006, Chuck has consulted with classical and other independent schools across North America, providing counsel in strategic planning, financial sustainability, enrollment growth and management, program expansion, and leadership development. From 2010 to 2015 he served as a founding board member of the Council for Educational Standards and Accountability (CESA). Alongside his consulting, Chuck has worked as a lobbyist and a mediator, and he serves as an elder at Bethany Lutheran Church in Austin. He is the Senior Partner of BetterSchools, LLC, a comprehensive consulting firm founded in 2011.

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