Reading Time: < 1 minute Chris Perrin discusses lessons from America.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Chris Perrin discusses the seven liberal arts.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Alana Speth discusses helping students to find aspects of their own humanity in these undeniable villains of modern history forces students to reevaluate their historical worldview and, in turn, their relationship to the present.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Barbara Seidle discusses the use of primary sources in teaching history to Grammar School students.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Robbie Andreasen discusses using art to show the development of science and biological thought throughout the flow of history.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Christopher Schlect discusses the need to teach our history students to interrogate the historical narratives that frame our conceptions (and misconceptions) of the past:
Reading Time: < 1 minute David Innes explores the origin and spirit of modern scientism in Francis Bacon’s 17th Century project to establish human mastery over the universe.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Rick Trumbo discusses integrating history and literature.
Reading Time: 2 minutes David Diener explores the central role that virtue plays in their thought and how we can apply their insights today.
Reading Time: 7 minutes Jason R. Edwards explains why teaching the history of Western Civilization is so crucial and why it should not be replaced by World History.