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…

Reading and Teaching The Odyssey

In this course you will read through Homer’s The Odyssey, guided and inspired by St. John’s College tutors Dr. Evan Brann (who has tutored at St. John’s…

Essentials of Effective Teaching

In this course, Robyn Burlew (upper school and academic head at the Veritas School in Richmond, VA) shares her accumulated wisdom and practical insights into…

Teaching the Great Books

In this course, Joshua Gibbs, upper-school humanities educator at the Veritas School in Richmond, Virginia, shares what he has learned over the course of 10…

Teaching Math Classically

In this course, veteran math educators and classical school academic leaders Andrew Elizalde and Bill Carey describe the way mathematics should be recovered and renewed…

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…

Essential Latin

In this course, veteran Latin teacher and Latin textbook author Karen Moore provides a clear and engaging introduction to the Latin language. This course is designed for…

Principles of Classical Pedagogy

In this course, Dr. Christopher Perrin presents the essential principles of classical pedagogy that have been part of the classical tradition of education and explains…

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…