Coming into Christian classical education 7 years ago, I was unsure how math and science fit in. I struggled for years trying to balance the need to teach math curriculum to prepare students for tests like the SAT while also allowing them time to wrestle with big ideas. After visiting the Scientific Revolution class at the Geneva School in 2019, I knew I could do more to foster wonder in my classroom.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Steve Mittwede discusses factors in scientific inquiry and instruction.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Jeffrey Mays discusses what some great minds have said about the disturbing animal kingdom.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Steve Mittwede will survey Theophrastus’ methodology with emphasis on the value of outdoor learning.
Reading Time: < 1 minute John Mays considers how treating lab work as an apprenticeship in which skills are learned by watching a master
(or journeyman), imitating him under his critical eye and
practicing until the skill is mastered.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Mark Phillips helps educators gain confidence to teach and equip the next generation with apologetic science.
Reading Time: 2 minutes James Dolas leads a conversation on interdisciplinary integration in
the middle school science curriculum.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Steve Mittwede discusses teaching science in Logic School.
Metaphysics for Science Majors: How to Build a Conceptual Bridge from the Sciences to the Humanities
Reading Time: < 1 minute Robbie Andreasen and Kevin Clark discuss how to relate science and the humanities to create a Christian metaphysic in their students.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Robbie Andreasen and Kevin Clark lead a lab session on how to relate science and the humanities to create a Christian metaphysic in their students.