2021 Conference

Why Leave the U.S. to Teach CCE in Africa

Why would a successful classical educator leave a school in America to move to Africa? How do you know if you are called by God to serve as a missionary?

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What’s So Liberal about the Liberal Arts?

In the middle of the phrase “liberal arts education” is the important word “liberal”. But how are these arts liberal? Some say it is that these arts are liberating; they free men and women who study them.

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Teaching Christian Rhetoric with St. Augustine

Given that Rhetoric itself is a disputed term-variously defined by different practitioners, theorists, and philosophers in different time periods--adding the adjective Christian to the word Rhetoric only serves to further muddy the waters.

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How CCE is Impacting University Students in Zambia

Since the African Christian University (ACU) is the only university in the country offering classical Christian education, it serves as a case study viewing the impact that CCE has on Zambian university students.

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How to Create a Mission-Aligned Student Culture in a Collaborative Model Upper School

If culture eats strategy for breakfast, then what are some strategic initiatives we can devise for consumption that will replicate within our student bodies (their culture) the altruistic elements and distinctives of our classical, Christian, collaborative (CCC) schools?

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The Trauma-Informed Classroom

This workshop will focus on the integration of recent studies on the physiological impact of trauma on the brain with best practices and classroom strategies for teachers in serving high-trauma students in a classical Christian classroom setting.

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In the Fullness of Time

"In the Fullness of Time" (Gal. 4:4) describes how God prepared his world to grasp who Jesus is and to receive him as the divine savior. God used the Jewish Diaspora, hellenization spread by Alexander the Great, Roman roads, the pax Romana, and history, philosophy, and myth to prepare for Christ.

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