The Science Mastery Workshop

For half a century, the norm for classes in schools has been the Cram–Pass–Forget cycle—students cram for tests, pass them, and then forget most of…

Teaching Modern Political Philosophy

Many students today are confused as they encounter charged and changing ideas about ethics, race, gender, identity, sexuality and civic life generally. What are the…

Essential Music

Dr. Carolyn Reynolds provides critical context in this course for teaching music classically. She covers a history, perspective and understanding of music that will integrate…

Course 4: Scholé Group Leadership

In this fourth course, the Scholé Muses discuss the ways in which a good classical homeschool co-op should be led and curated. The vision of…

Course 3: Practice of Scholé

In this third course (of four), the Scholé Muses focus on the practice of scholé. How can homeschool educators who have been formed by modern…

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 …

Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing

In one of his most engaging presentations, Andrew Pudewa details the four arts of language: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. What is the difference between…

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…