Ravi Jain discusses Christian Classical Education.
Ravi Jain uses C.S. Lewis’s The Last Battle as a guide, explaining the importance of virtue in every arena of life.
Ravi Jain considers how we can recover for students the wonder of an enchanted cosmos that God has spoken — or perhaps sung — into being.
Ravi Jain explores how teachers in 7th–12th grade mathematics can teach in a richer manner that cultivates the soul through a pedagogy of puzzle, proof, and play.
Ravi jain explores how the Christian classical curriculum authentically holds together the Liberal, Common, and Fine Arts through its cultivation of wisdom and virtue in the context of Christian worship and liturgy
Ravi Jain explores how teaching math through a pedagogy of puzzle, proof, and play can help recover this wonder and cultivate wisdom.
Ravi Jain explores how recovering natural history and the common arts provides the appropriate context for wonder and work in natural science and teaching along the narrative of discovery in conversation with biblical thought can cultivate a wisdom that culminates in worship.
Ravi Jain explore how employing a holistic curriculum, an incarnational pedagogy, and an interdisciplinary approach can begin to address Lewis’ concerns.
Ravi Jain discusses the connection between biology and physics.
Ravi Jain gives an introduction to the quadrivium.