Regardless of the age of your students, the classics of Western civilization offer you a complete set of the greatest curriculum materials ever created. Adam Andrews will demonstrate how to put this treasure to work in three simple steps – all without buying a single text book. Learn how to let the authors of these works speak, and your class will never be the same!
In this seminar, Adam Andrews leads teachers and parents through the process of developing a personal philosophy of education over the course of four engaging sessions. These guided conversations and reflections on some of the tradition’s great works offer the encouragement and fellowship best afforded by common human experience. By meditating on the purpose of education, the teacher, the student, and practical approaches, participants will find themselves refreshed and recharged to return to their important work with peace, energy, and vision.
How do you teach your students to apply a “Christian Worldview” to the books they read, the movies they watch and the culture they live in? The answer to this important question may surprise you, for well-meaning Christians often misunderstand the basic principles of worldview analysis. This misunderstanding can prevent Christian students from thinking clearly about contemporary culture.
Adam Andrews guides a discussion about avoiding a serious (though common) teaching mistake and presents three steps for understanding a story-teller on his own terms. Be empowered to uncover, identify and evaluate an artist’s worldview for yourself – and to teach your students to do the same.
Listen to a new exclusive Pelican episode, "The Secret Garden," of The Innocence of Father Brown in the Radio Read Along Collection.
Our last discussion of Anthony Doerr's All the Light We Cannot See is now available for replay inside the Book Club archives!
Our second discussion of All the Light We Cannot See, covering chapters 2-5, is now available for replay inside of membership!
What are the pros and cons of joining a co-op? How do you find one right for you? And once you're in one, how do you maintain a balance between it and your personal homeschool?