Women in the Tradition

**Note: Course Under Construction (Not Active)** Course Description Philosophy, Wisdom, the Liberal Arts, the Muses, and the Virtues are personified as women in the long…

Patristics and Christian Learning

In this course, Dr. Jordan Wood reviews what the New Testament and the earlier Christian writers up through Augustine and Maximus the Confessor have to…

Classical Learning for All Students

Course Introduction In this course, Dr. Amy Richards introduces both a philosophical basis and practical guidance for serving students with special learning needs within classical…

The Seven Liberal Arts

The Liberal Arts as the Liberating Arts… Why are the liberal arts called “liberal?” Why are they called “arts?” How did they originate to be…

Effective Upper School Teaching & Leadership

In this course, Dr. Christopher Schlect, director of the Classical Christian Studies Graduate Program at New Saint Andrews College, addresses what it means to teach upper-school students…

A Brief History of Classical Education

This course presents a pithy introduction and overview of ancient and medieval education, tracing the roots and genesis of the classical tradition of education. Dr. Post…

Teaching Singapore Math

This course is a crucial course for any teacher preparing to teach Singapore Math. Master teacher and grammar school principal Dawn Swartz blends her familiarity…

Grammar School Teaching and Leadership

This course is a must-take course for both grammar school teachers and grammar school leaders. In this course, master grammar school educator and principal Lori Jill Keeler…

How to Teach History

In this course, veteran history educator Wes Callihan traces the history of history, explores its purpose and value in the classical tradition, and discusses the…