Effective Upper School Teaching & Leadership

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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 effectively and to provide excellent leadership in a classical upper school. With over 20 years of experience teaching high school and college students, Dr. Schlect is able to distill and note the key principles of both teaching and leadership. He highlights two master principles that he develops throughout the course: sympathy and fellowship. The effective upper-school educator should foster sympathy and fellowship throughout his teaching, enabling students to learn for themselves and enjoy learning in community. With wit and clarity, Christopher Schlect will inspire while providing meaningful and practical advice for upper-school educators and administrators.

Dr. Christopher Schlect is a professor at New Saint Andrews College and the director of the Classical Christian Studies Graduate Program at the college. Over the years, he has established himself as a strong presence in the discipline of history, having taught courses on ancient and medieval civilizations, US history, the history of American Christianity, medieval education, classical rhetoric, and more. He has also made considerable strides in his research of early 20th-century Protestant religious life, earning 11 competitive awards and presenting his work at various prestigious institutions. In addition to serving at New Saint Andrews College, Dr. Schlect is also a teaching elder at Trinity Reformed Church (CREC) in Moscow, Idaho. Prior to serving at New Saint Andrews College, Dr. Schlect taught in the upper school at the Logos School in Moscow, Idaho, for almost 10 years. He is also a nationally ranked mock trial coach, having led the mock trial team at the Logos School to over 10 state championships. Dr. Schlect speaks regularly at classical school conferences and provides teacher training to classical schools throughout the country.

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Course Includes

  • 11 Lessons
  • 24 Topics
  • 11 Quizzes
  • 1.00 CEU
  • 6.50 Hours
  • Course Certificate