The Lecture Hall

Enjoy some superb samples from our faculty!

–Wisdom from Wendell Berry

"It is not from ourselves that we learn to be better than we are."

Louis Markos addresses the ways that Christ can be understood to relate to culture in the context of the way Christian can understand Greek and Roman mythology. Visit his course here.

Robyn Burlew of Veritas Academy shares the foundational principles of effective teaching. Visit her course here.

Dr. Christopher Perrin reviews his top ten books on classical education. Visit his course here.

Andrew Kern of the Circe Institute describes the ways that C.S. Lewis has contributed to the renewal of classical education in the US and abroad. Visit his course here
 
Dr. Brian Williams of Eastern University describes classical education as good (very good) coffee. His coures is coming soon!
 
Dr. David Diener of Hillsdale Academy speaks about the importance of Plato for classical education. Visit his course here.
 
Dr. Phillip Cary of Eastern University presents on the concept of truth. His course is coming soon!
 
Dr. Fred Putnam of Eastern University speaks on the nature of learning and teaching. His course is coming soon!
 
Dr. Amy Richards of Eastern University speaks on classical education and students with special needs. Visit her course here.
 
 
Russ Gregg describes why it is so important that we bring classical education to our urban centers. Visit his course here.
 
Lori Jill Keeler describes what it means to teach and lead with excellence in a classical grammar school. Visit her course here.
 
Keith Nix share some of the essential qualities needed by a leader of a classical school. Visit his course here.
 
 
Ravi Jain and Kevin Clark explain how classical education can be summarized as piety, gymnastic, music, liberal arts, philosophy, and theology. Visit their course here.
 
 
Josh Gibbs of Veritas Academy answers the question “What should we read?”Visit his course here.
 
 
David Goodwin, the executive director of the Association of Classical Christian Schools, presents on how we can recover a Christian paideia. Visit his course here.
 
 
 
 

Great educators are perpetual students who understand docendo discimus--by teaching we learn.

Classical teachers love to learn and want to keep learning.

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