“Because we are all crypto-Marxists, we think it best to lay out our Humanities curriculum chronologically, as though books from the sixteenth century have more in common than British books (common by place), Catholic books (common by dogma), or philosophy books (common by discipline) from different centuries. The idea that time dominates all other themesContinue reading “Rethinking Scope And Sequence”
“You can’t teach an old dog new tricks,” but it’s better this way. The latest episode of Proverbial is available now.
Is your church lucky to have you as a member? The latest episode of Proverbial will help you find the answer to this vexing question.
I was the guest on the latest episode of Anchored to talk about my new pamphlet. The pamphlet is entirely finished and will be available to purchase on Gibbs Classical in the next week.
“There is no excellent beauty that hath not some strangeness in the proportion.” -Francis Bacon “How To Buy A Bottle of Wine” is this week’s episode of Proverbial. It’s my favorite episode since “Marvin,” which aired last Summer.
The latest episode of Proverbial is “The Real World” and aims to explain why young people roll their eyes at the expression “the real world,” why youth is glorious, and why they shouldn’t roll their eyes at the expression. If you’re a long time listener of the show, this one might be fun to listenContinue reading “Why Young People Bristle At The Expression “The Real World””
It took Beatrice and me about two weeks to finish it.
You can learn more about the conference and register here. Here’s the full rundown on the lectures I am giving: July 8, 2022 (Friday): Session No. 1 (10:30am EST): How to Set Your Classroom Apart as Sacred Space: Curriculum matters, but so do mood and atmosphere. Many teachers struggle to develop an atmosphere in theirContinue reading “Registration Is Now Open For The 2022 Gibbs Classical Online Summer Conference”
View: reading the paper in the lobby of the Jefferson on the last day of the year.
This is what I want my children to think of when they think of dancing.