KFUO – CCLE the up coming conference
http://www.kfuoam.org/2016/02/03/faf-2016-02-03/ (timemark 30:10)
The Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod
Teach Your Child to Think Like a Lutheran
By Dr. James Tallmon
Lutheran Education and Baptism - with Rev. Stephen Kieser, president of CCLE
The History of Lutheran Education - with Dr. Thomas Korcok
(http://issuesetc.org/2016/01/25/2-national-lutheran-schools-week-part-1-the-history-of-lutheran-education-dr-thomas-korcok-12516/) . Dr. Korcok is author of Lutheran Education: From Wittenberg to the Future (http://astore.amazon.com/theconsortiumforclassicalandlutheraneducation-20/detail/075862834X)
Downloadable resource (http://www.lcms.org/lutheranschoolsweek) available for NLSW 2016
A passing reference is made to classical Lutheran schools within an essay entitled, The “Lutheran” Identity:
LUTHERAN SCHOOLS are diverse in setting and style: large and small; rural, suburban and urban; traditional and classical; early childhood, elementary, high school and university. Lutheran schools are diverse in culture with faces of all colors and families from many backgrounds. Lutheran schools are diverse in context as they are local and global. Whatever the diversity or distinction, Lutheran schools celebrate “life together” in confession and mission.
Reading books with children who have special needs
Home Schooling 101 – Cheryl Swope.
Eternal Treasures: Teaching Your Child at Home foreword by Rev. Dr. Matthew C. Harrison (LCMS)
Simply Classical: A Beautiful Education for Any Child (http://www.memoriapress.com/curriculum/educational-resources-special-needs/simply-classical) foreword by Dr. Gene Edward Veith (Memoria Press)
Curriculum All-You-Need-for-a-Year @ ClassicalSpecialNeeds.com (http://www.classicalspecialneeds.com/) , next level coming spring 2016