Amanda Patchin discusses the importance of leisure for the classical educator.
Robyn Burlew discusses the ideal classical educator.
Charlie Ritch examines the intense spiritual nature of the job of teaching.
Jim Reynolds and Bob Ingram discuss winning the war for talent by finding and keeping passionate and competent teachers who are not just high IQ, but high EQ, as well.
Craig Doerksen draws on a decade as division head at Regents School of Austin, sharing lessons, insights and stumbles, and discuss ways division heads can expand their capacity to fulfill their school’s mission.school.
John Mays presents an overview of a tested and proven mastery-oriented approach to instruction.
Lori Jill Keeler presents a seminar for you if you want to be more con dent in your role as a classroom teacher.
Ravi Jain explores how teaching math through a pedagogy of puzzle, proof, and play can help recover this wonder and cultivate wisdom.
Paul Wolfe gives a brief overview of major epochs of Christian hermeneutics in order to set up a demonstration of the distinctions and similarities between pre-modern, modern, and post-modern interpretive pre-suppositions.
Must Academic Rigor Lead to Rigor Mortis? How to Engage Your Students Through Classical Methods and Active Participation
Allison Jackson discusses how to engage students through classical methods.