What is Learning & Why Does It Matter

Andrew Kern

From the 2016 Lifelong Conference delivered in September 2016 in Concord, NC.

  • Price: $4.00

Well-Read: The Importance of Imaginative Reading

Brian Phillips

From the 2016 Lifelong Conference delivered in September 2016 in Concord, NC.

  • Price: $4.00

The Courage to Think: Speaking & Listening as a Family

Andrew Kern

From the 2016 Lifelong Conference delivered in September 2016 in Concord, NC.

  • Price: $4.00

Overcoming the Tyranny of the Blank Page

Matt Bianco

From the 2016 Lifelong Conference delivered in September 2016 in Concord, NC.

  • Price: $4.00

A Habit Is the Way We Wear Our Days

Karen Kern

From the 2016 Lifelong Conference delivered in September 2016 in Concord, NC.

  • Price: $4.00

Transcending Method: The Art of Classical Teaching

Andrew Kern and Matt Bianco

In a world overwhelmed by new repetitions of old methods, how can a teacher rise above techniques to arts? This seminar discusses the art of teaching in the Christian classical tradition, and shows why it is so much more effective than the dizzying array of conventional methods. 

  • Price: $3.00

Christian Paideia: A Study in Harmony

Peter Vande Brake

It is part of the beauty of Christian classical education that all things are brought together in Christ. This truth is made explicit in an examination of the framework and approach of Christian Paideia, the foundational structure of Christian classical education and thought. This session will... Read More

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Harmonizing the Canterbury Tales: How to Read Chaucer

Angelina Stanford

The Canterbury Tales are ususlly thought of as seperate, independent tales. But, what if Chaucer intended the tales to be chapters of a larger, unified, single story - what John Dryden called a "human comedy"? Learn how The Canterbury Tales are not really about the tales, but... Read More

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Schole Schools and Homeschools: Why a School Without Leisure Is No School At All

Christopher Perrin

Our word school comes from the Greek word "schole" which means leisure, refreshing conversation and activity - or restful learning. Ironically, modern, American education is virtually anything but restful and so in a profound sense many American schools have ceased to be schools at all. In this... Read More

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I learned to Teach in Narnia: Pedagogical Gold from C.S. Lewis

Jenny Rallens

Though Lewis never wrote a book explicitly on education, all his works hold rich pedagogical insights from his principle of "enjoyment" (Lewis's contention that the best way to study or learn something was simply to delight in it) to his comments on "verbicide" (how to teach vocabulary or language... Read More

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