Transformational Moments with Aslan: Encountering Christ in Narnia

C. S. Lewis’s Chronicles of Narnia offer young readers both delightful stories and incredible spiritual insights. In this presentation, we will explore the transformational power of Aslan as the Christ figure of Narnia.

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Classical Assessment: Using Classical Tools to Authentically Assess the Whole Student

This seminar is designed to remind Classical educators about the purpose and philosophy of classical education, identify the nature of the teacher and student and types of knowledge as well as give Classical tools (5 Canons of Rhetoric) to authentically assess students for dialoguing and ascertaining student strengths and weaknesses in all areas of the curriculum.

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The Why and How of Teaching Poetry to Children

Poetry is our human inheritance. Children deeply know this and learn it avidly and with great pleasure. I will teach what I have done and seen and why it matters.

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The Craft of Teaching: “Teaching Like a Champion”

For some time now, classical educators across the country have found the techniques compiled in Teach Like a Champion 2.0 by Doug Lemov to be beneficial for growing in the craft of teaching.

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Classical Mobius: Integrating the Liberal, Common, and Fine Arts

While we have reclaimed the trivium, we know that there is still work to do in Classical education! Many are asking how we might reclaim the quadrivium, the arts of mathematics, sisters to the arts of language.

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Teaching Socratically in the Grammar Classroom

Socratic methods aren’t just for high school! In this session, you will learn how to utilize Socratic methods to facilitate rich discussions in your grammar school classroom.

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The Logic of English: Seeing Words in New Ways

Discover answers to your students’ questions about English spelling! Together we will explore rules that help explain 98% of English words and facilitate orthographic mapping.

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Investing in Teacher Wellness: Recovering from the Pandemic

As classical educators, we know how to teach to cultivate virtue and wisdom in our students yet there are times where we or our colleagues struggle to thrive professionally. Last year, teachers across the country were forced to pivot at a moment's notice due to the pandemic. Since then, there has been a disruption in the status quo for good and for ill.

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Speaking and Singing Latin in the Classroom: Where to Begin

Discussed are introductory ideas and experiences for individuals who want to incorporate Latin songs and spoken language, but who have not had the training or context and don't know where to start.

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What the Greatest Grammar Book Teaches Us about Grammar School

While grammar schools are a strength in the classical Christian education movement, they probably have not received as much help or assessment from the classical tradition as have upper schools. How do we discern what is classical and what is not when considering what we teach in Pre-K through 6th grade?

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