Plato: The Great Philosopher-Educator

This brief, five-seminar course is based on the book Plato: The Great Philosopher-Educator by Dr. David Diener. Dr. Diener completed a dual PhD in …

The Liberal Arts Tradition

In this seminal course, Dr. Kevin Clark and Ravi Scott Jain (authors of The Liberal Arts Tradition) take us through a thoughtful, clear presentation of a paradigm…

Introduction to Classical Education

The renewal of classical education has grown significantly over the last two decades. However, even seasoned classical educators agree that it can still be difficult to…

Awakening Wonder: Truth, Goodness, and Beauty

{“type”:”block”,”srcClientIds”:[“ed530e6a-b8bd-4c99-9e1a-e7804f1e569d”],”srcRootClientId”:””}In this brief course, Dr. Stephen Turley traces and explains the tradition of the enduring transcendental ideals of truth, goodness, and beauty. If truth, goodness, and beauty are cornerstones…

The Abolition of Man Book Study

Many scholars and organization have rated C.S. Lewis’s book The Abolition of Man as one of the top-ten, most important books written in the twentieth…

A Brief History of Progressive Education

This course presents a concise history of progressive education that explains how modern education emerged around 1900 to challenge and eventually replace traditional, classical education…

The Monastic Tradition of Education

In this brief course, Dr. Perrin traces the history of classical education as it resided in the Western monastic tradition. At a time when many…

Scholé (Restful) Learning

In this course, Dr. Christopher Perrin helps educators to more deeply understand and apply the tradition of contemplation and restful learning encompassed by the word scholé. Most Americans…

Assessing Students Classically

This course reviews assessment approaches in the history of education and suggests methods of assessment that align with the ideals of the classical tradition of…