Jessica Gombert and Melissa Siller discusses how to teach reading in a classical education.
Rachel Davison Humphries discusses ways to develop research skills in students that combine with learning civic virtue.
The “How” of Reading Instruction: The Importance of a Systematic Approach to Early Literacy and Reading Achievement
Jessica Gombert and Melissa Siller discuss the importance of phonetic reading instruction and give practical strategies for implementing this method in the classroom
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.
Carolyn Weber discusses the act of reading, the concepts of “text,” and the power of paying literal, as well as metaphorical, attention to our lives.
David Diener examines the central themes of Lewis’ book, The Abolition of Man, and the key arguments Lewis makes throughout it for absolute values and the training of students’ affections, as well as their intellects.
Lori Jill Keeler provides you with teaching strategies and examples of assessments and reading guides to help you teach more effectively.
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.”
Heather Arabie provides an overview of the “why and how” of teaching children to read in the Grammar grades.