On Teaching Fairy Stories

Dr. Junius Johnson—a classical Christian educator, author, and Yale-trained scholar of theology, philosophy, and literature—opens this course with a definition of faerie and fairyland, lays…

Teaching the Bible Classically

Course Introduction Bible scholar and professor Dr. Fred Putnam presents a course on teaching the Bible as a classic or classical text. Dr. Fred Putnam…

Narration: A Classical Guide

Course Introduction The English educator and reformer Charlotte Mason (1842 – 1923) encouraged the practice of a reading practice called narration in which students learned…

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…

Myth Made Fact

Course Introduction With C. S. Lewis, whose own acceptance of Christ hinged on his understanding that Christ is the myth become fact, this course will…

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 become…

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. Matthew…