Science and the Symphony of Creation

In this course, John Mays helps science teachers connect their students to the wonders of reality and the beauty of creation in every classroom and…

Patristics and Christian Learning

In this course, Dr. Jordan Wood reviews what the New Testament and the earlier Christian writers up through Augustine and Maximus the Confessor have to…

The Problem of Evil

With sixteen lectures and a Q&A session, Dr. David Schenk provides a logical response to the problem of evil. He presents William Rowe’s argument for…

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…

Classical Education in Africa

In this course, Karen Elliot and Erica Robertson of the Rafiki Foundation bring reports on the ongoing renewal of classical education on the African continent. The…

Teaching Singapore Math

This course is a crucial course for any teacher preparing to teach Singapore Math. Master teacher and grammar school principal Dawn Swartz blends her familiarity…

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…