Contributor: Lucinda J Kinsinger | File type : Blog Post
A man who has not read Homer is like a man who has not seen the ocean. There is a great object of which he has no idea. -Walter Bagehot
Homer, Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle and other classical ... Read More
Contributor: Kyle Stoltzfus | Length : 43 | File type : Audio
Any effective newsletter, website, or podcast begins with carefully planned content. This session explores three basic principles of effective communication and a structured approach to making content... Read More
Contributor: Brian J Martin | File type : Curricular
Brian prepared this syllabus for Geometry by Bob Jones Press. However, the document provides a wealth of ideas and structure for any high school geometry class.
Geometry, as the n... Read More
Contributor: Steven Brubaker | Length : 46 | File type : Audio
Steven challenges teachers to spur student learning with three necessary elementd: facts communicated with pizazz, engagement in careful thinking, and opportunities for creative expression. If any par... Read More
Contributor: Steven Brubaker | Length : 50 | File type : Audio
Steven leads the group in developing tools for deductive analysis, a discipline well suited for secondary classrooms
Contributor: Steven Brubaker | Length : 42 | File type : Audio
How can we train our students to think? Steven suggests several key techniques.
Contributor: Steven Brubaker | Length : 4 | File type : Video
Can the challenges in conservative Anabaptism be solved by learning to think better? In a class discussion, Steven Brubaker urges Anabaptist teachers not to view their primary task as raising grea... Read More
Contributor: John D Martin | Length : 61 | File type : Audio
John takes teachers beyond the decoding of written language to critical analysis. Students can learn to discover bias and intent in the world of texts. Courtesy FBEP.