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Inside the Minds of Your Students

Melodee Allen explores learning style theory in the context of a biblical worldview.
June 28, 2008

Exodus as the Underlying Theme of the American Story

Glenn Arbery examines great American writers and thinkers and their use the Exodus story to tell the American story.
June 27, 2008

Worldview and Media

Peter Vande Brake explores how media influences our students thinking and how we as educators can help them think and navigate a media-filled world.
June 28, 2008

Teaching Logic Dialectically

Gary Hartenburg focuses on the particular difficulties of teaching logic and how they can be overcome in the Classical classroom.
June 29, 2019

Behavioral Health for Educators

Walker Buckalew gives an overview of wellness practices for educators.
June 27, 2008

Board Leadership

Walker Buckalew breaks down the latest ISM research (2008).
June 28, 2008

Creating Purpose and Outcome Statements I

Walker Buckalew explores the problems with mission statements and propose a better option through ISM's research and development.
June 26, 2008

Middle School Drama

Eric Cook explores how middle school students are different from upper school students and how they should be treated in light of their differences.
June 28, 2008

The M&M's of Employment Law

John L. and John M. Cooley breakdown the M&M's of employment law and how these mistakes can be avoided.
June 27, 2008

Liability for the Christian School Teacher

John L. and John M. Cooley breakdown how schools, especially teachers, can protect themselves from lawsuits.
June 26, 2008

Conceptually-Based Upper School Mathematics Curriculum: Lesson Learned From Transition

Geneva School teachers share lessons they learned from transitioning to a conceptually-based, problem-solving focused mathematics curriculum for upper grades.
June 27, 2019

Classical Considerations for Computer Programming

Josh Wilkerson and Brandon Shufflebarger draw on their experience from starting computer programming courses at Regents School of Austin.
June 28, 2019

The Transition from Grammar to Logic

Paul Schaeffer addresses whether it is proper to understand the Trivium as developmental stages.
June 27, 2019

Math is _____ (Fill in the Blank)

Josh Wilkerson challenges educators on how to complete the sentence “Math is ” with language that considers the practical experience.
June 28, 2019

Teaching Latin That Good, Old Way, But In The 21st Century

Tim Attaway discusses teaching Latin using the traditional methods of composition and oral composition combined with new tools.
June 27, 2019

More Than Just Facts: Liturgy, Logic and Literature in Middle School Science Curriculum

James Dolas leads a conversation on interdisciplinary integration in the middle school science curriculum.
June 27, 2019

What Are Science Labs For? Laboratory Work as Apprenticeship

John Mays considers how treating lab work as an apprenticeship in which skills are learned by watching a master (or journeyman), imitating him under his critical eye and practicing until the skill is mastered.
June 28, 2019

Two Great Scientific Discoveries of the 20th Century That Matter to All of Us (Part I)

Mark Phillips helps educators gain confidence to teach and equip the next generation with apologetic science.
June 27, 2019

The Art of Latin

Karen Moore discusses the blending of the studies of Latin and art history.
June 28, 2019

That's How We Stroll: Learning From Theophrastus

Steve Mittwede will survey Theophrastus' methodology with emphasis on the value of outdoor learning.
June 28, 2019