Reading Time: < 1 minute Jeremy Tate discusses the new CLT exam.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Karen Elliott discusses what is being done in 10 African schools, as well as strategies for training up and sending out well-equipped educators to expand and indigenize the vision of classical Christian education.
Reading Time: 2 minutes David Diener examines some of the essential defining characteristics of classical Christian education, such as its foundational assumptions, goals, curriculum and pedagogy.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Peter VandeBrake encourages discussion and a sharing of ideas and best practices from teachers and administrators involved in urban education.
Recovering the Lost Tools of Loving: The Missing Link Between Truth and Goodness in Christian Education
Reading Time: 2 minutes Scott Aniol discusses the Judeo-Christian tradition of Beauty, or rightly ordered loves, as the missing link between right thinking and right action, in order to teach our children to be complete Christians in mind, will, and emotions.
Intellectual Character: What is it? And Why Does It Matter? The Critical Role That Intellectual Character Development Can Play in Classical Christian Education (Part II)
Reading Time: < 1 minute Phillip Dow facilitates a dialog surrounding some simple and practical ways in which teaching for intellectual character can become a part of your classroom and school culture.
Intellectual Character: What is it? And Why Does It Matter? The Critical Role That Intellectual Character Development Can Play in Classical Christian Education
Reading Time: < 1 minute Phillip Dow defines “intellectual character,” describe its potentially transformative impact on learning and life, and argue that the pursuit of virtuous intellectual character needs to be a fundamental aim of Christian education.
Reading Time: 2 minutes David Diener offers an introduction to Plato’s educational thought
Reading Time: < 1 minute Paul Wolfe gives a brief overview of major epochs of Christian hermeneutics in order to set up a demonstration of the distinctions and similarities between pre-modern, modern, and post-modern interpretive pre-suppositions.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Ken Myers will discuss how a more deliberately Christocentric account of reason ought to inform the shape of teaching in Christian schools.