Joanna Hensley discusses teaching literature through an online course.
Rachel Davison Humphries discusses ways to develop research skills in students that combine with learning civic virtue.
James Dolas leads a conversation on interdisciplinary integration in
the middle school science curriculum.
Jeremiah Forshey focuses on how to bring the famously difficult poem, Paradise Lost, to life for our students so that it can become relevant to their spiritual and mental lives.
Alicia Brummeier discusses practical tools and teaching strategies for your own novel studies.
Dallas Shipp shows how literature can be used in a compelling combination to give students clear and reasonable grounds to believe in sexual norms, resist the destructive pressures of the age, and go on to form Christian families of their own. Never before has a creative defense of this normative vision been more urgently needed.
Alisha Barker and Allison Buras share a cohesive approach to helping children learn to drink deeply from
the well of the literary arts.
Christopher Benson leads a slow reading of Robert Frost’s poem “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening.”
Robert Woods discusses Adler’s Three Pillars as a pedagogical tool.
Jeremiah Forshey models and discuss the benefits of opening the first day of a humanities class with an excerpt of Lewis’s essay, “On the Reading of Old Books.”