Reading Time: 5 minutes Linda Dey explores the significance of our role as namers.
Reading Time: 7 minutes Linda Dey makes a case for seeing the development of good habits as a central task of early schooling.
Reading Time: 6 minutes Linda Dey explores the connection between good stories and the instilling of virtue.
Reading Time: 10 minutes Linda Dey explores Dorothy Sayer’s protrayal of homo faber, man the maker, in her play The Zeal of Thy House.
Reading Time: 6 minutes Linda Dey challenges us to fill our students’ imaginations with things that are both noble and lovely.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Linda Dey discusses C.S. Lewis on reading good literature.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Linda Dey discusses two of C.S. Lewis’ works.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Linda Dey challenges teachers to teach students to think Christianly.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Linda Dey explores middle school literature as an opportunity for apprenticing young adults.