Leslie Collins discusses, instead of merely controlling students, how we can empower and equip them to take more ownership of their learning process.
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Instead of merely controlling students, can we empower and equip them to take more ownership of their learning process? How do we cultivate joyful, curious learners as we strengthen their abilities to develop self-control? How do we cultivate habits that will lead to a love for learning? In short, how do we tune their hearts to learn, not for a class period, but for life? This workshop will share strategies that have been successful and offer an opportunity for attendees to share ideas as well.

Leslie Collins

Leslie has been involved in classical education for 20 years. When Rockbridge Academy started in 1995, she served as the Headmistress and continued to serve in many roles as her family grew. She also worked for Trinity Christian School in Hawai‘i as they made the transition to a classical curriculum. She is currently the Head of School at Covenant Academy in Cypress, TX. Leslie’s passion lies in researching how Biblical truth has been passed down through the ages to children and how children can apply this to their own lives today. Leslie holds a Master of Arts in Biblical Counseling from The Master’s University.