Peter Baur discusses seeing God’s glory in our students.
Keith McCurdy discusses the importance of raising sturdy children.
Peter Baur discusses seeing your students as image-bearers.
Allison Jackson leads a practical session to explore ways that rigorous academics can be balanced with different strategies.
Leslie Collins presents a philosophy of inclusion and practical principles for providing student support.
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.
Alicia Brummeier discusses practical tools and teaching strategies for your own novel studies.
Matt Bianco discusses the way we educate can be seen through six dimensions: environment, community, governance, pedagogy, curriculum, and assessment.
Al Zambone discusses how classical Christian schools can use their rich intellectual resources to support communities that continually engage in moral formation.
Leslie Collins discusses, instead of merely controlling students, how we can empower and equip them to take more ownership of their learning process.