David Diener makes the case that a classical education is the best possible preparation students can have for thriving in this world of change, disruption, and uncertainty.
David Diener discusses education as the cultivation of love.
David Diener examines the central themes of Lewis’ book, The Abolition of Man, and the key arguments Lewis makes throughout it for absolute values and the training of students’ affections, as well as their intellects.
David Diener examines some of the essential defining characteristics of classical Christian education, such as its foundational assumptions, goals, curriculum and pedagogy.
David Diener examines three particularly influential educational metaphors: Plato’s cave, the industrial factory, and a guided journey.
David Diener discusses the challenges that digital technology poses to spirituality.
David Diener explores the central role that virtue plays in their thought and how we can apply their insights today.
David Diener focuses in particular on how teachers conceive their purpose, how they interact with students in and out of the classroom and what teachers and administrators alike understand to be excellent teaching and worthwhile professional development.
David Diener discusses learning as wonder towards wisdom.
David Diener discusses the theoretical foundations of Classical Christian Education.