Leadership and the Liberal Arts

Join Dr. Christopher Perrin as he walks through what many classical thinkers have to say about leadership and the liberal arts. Learn about how virtue is…

Women in the Liberal Arts Tradition

Preview Video Course Description Philosophy, Wisdom, the Liberal Arts, the Muses, and the Virtues are personified as women in the long tradition of classical education,…

Teaching Science Classically Symposium

This course combines content from three engaging ClassicalU presenters from three different courses on ClassicalU. John Mays begins the course with lessons on Wonder and…

Classical Teaching and Writing Symposium

In this course, we have combined our full content from Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing presented by Andrew Pudewa with a survey by Dr. Christopher Perrin on the key elements of pedagogy…

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…

Common Arts Education

In this course, educator and author Chris Hall delivers five lectures that define and describe the common arts and also identify their place alongside the…

Well-Ordered Language Teacher Training

Prepare to teach from the Well-Ordered Language series (grammar for grades 3 to 7) with coauthor Tammy Peters. Includes model lesson and training on each…