The Great Surrender: On Encountering Transformation through Literature, Angelina Stanford
In this session, Angelina Standford set a literary vision before us and grapples with the question of how one ought to read, and furthermore, how one ought to teach reading. She shows how reading if taught well, will transform the lives of its readers.
Grammar, Logic, & Rhetoric as the Form of Teaching the Humanities, Jennifer Dow
In this session, Jennifer Dow shows us how the liberal arts of grammar, logic, and rhetoric gives us both the content and the forms we need for learning and teaching the humanities.
Holistic & Restful Classroom Management for Homeschools & Homeschool Communities, Susan Patterson
In this session, Susan Patterson, a veteran teacher and grandmother to 3 classically homeschooled children, teaches us how to approach classroom management in the homeschool community and co-op setting. Susan gets super practical and shows us how to use peaceful and holistic classroom management techniques to create spaces and atmospheres that support a classical and restful teaching environment in our homeschools and homeschool co-ops and communities.
Mimetic Teaching: How to Teach Writing and…Everything Else, Kristen Rudd
Have you ever wondered how to teach writing, or anything else, in a way where your students really get it and are able to apply it? The answer to this question is found in the art of mimetic teaching. Mimetic teaching is one of the primary modes of classical teaching. In this session, Kristen Rudd teaches how to prepare and teach a Mimetic lesson.