Welcome to the Society For Classical Learning Resource Library, the official collection of SCL Resources online. The library contains audio and video lectures from our conferences and retreats, in addition to articles from the SCL Journal.
We are still in the process of updating our archives, so please bear with us, and check back regularly for more important resources.
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Browse the SCL Resource Library by topic or event; just click one of the topics or events below to begin exploring the great resources from the SCL.
Keith Nix discusses the indicators and warning signs of a school moving away from the school mission and presents practical solutions.
The “How” of Reading Instruction: The Importance of a Systematic Approach to Early Literacy and Reading Achievement
Jessica Gombert and Melissa Siller discuss the importance of phonetic reading instruction and give practical strategies for implementing this method in the classroom
Peter Baur discusses the powerful influence teachers have on their student’s view of themselves as image-bearers and of the Good Life.
David Diener examines some of the essential defining characteristics of classical Christian education, such as its foundational assumptions, goals, curriculum and pedagogy.
Thank you for attending the 2020 SCL Livestream Conference! All session recordings are now available.
Explore The Journal
Cristina Dube explains that a foundation in Christian virtue
equips students to develop three vital skills in mathematics
and in life.
Louis Markos argues for the virtue of the humanities in an ever-increasing technologically and business-driven society
Ravi Jain uses C.S. Lewis’s The Last Battle as a guide, explaining the importance of virtue in every arena of life.
The SCL Podcast, Coming Soon!
SCL is committed to providing its members with the highest quality resources, this includes a brand new podcast that will launch January 2021.