To know God and to make Him known.


Raising a Discoverer

What do you believe about children and learning? In any learning environment we consider—public, private, or home school— some children seem to enjoy learning while others seem to be bored or frustrated by it. Parents and teachers will go to great lengths to make...
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The Fruit of the Vine

by Jen
Thursday, 05 March, 2015
categories: Classical Christian Education
Revisiting Some Archived Articles that Have Not Been Lost, but May Have Been Forgotten and Are Worth a Fresh Read Original Post Date: July 26, 2012 When visitors enter the tasting room of the small Yadkin Valley winery where I have worked for the past three years, it...
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Carpe Symphoniam

Last year, I accompanied my Classical Conversations Challenge II students and their parents to the Schermerhorn Symphony Center in Nashville, Tennessee to hear the Nashville Symphony. The symphony orchestra performed three pieces by Mozart, one of which was his Piano...
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Why Math Is Important: The Student View

Why Math Is Important: The Student Viewby Ada Bianco Introduction by Matt Bianco: A couple of weeks ago, I asked my son to write an extra essay for a project we were working on for the Classical Conversations practicum. I allowed him to work on that essay instead of...
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Imagine I gently place a piece of colored glass in your hand. You could study its color, texture, size, and shape. Now, imagine I place more pieces in your hand until your hand is full. After studying each piece, you may decide you like some pieces better than others,...
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