CCLE IV

IV -  Classical & Lutheran Education:  Laying Foundations II
(Concordia University, Mequon, WI; July 1-3, 2002)

CCLE IV Brochure


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Post-Conference Speaker List: IV – 2002

  • What is Classical, Lutheran Education – Dr. Gene Edward Veith
  • From Wittenberg to Concordia:  The Lutheran Education Heritage – Dr. Patrick Ferry
  • Modern Schooling: The Influence of Utopian Visions in the Dumbing-down of American Education – Dr. Steven Hein
  • Luther on Education – Pr. Joel Brondos
  • The Place of Rhetoric in Classical, Lutheran Education – Dr. James Tallmon
    • Teaching Christian Apologetics – Dr. Steven Hein
    • Teaching the Spaulding Method: Phonics, Handwriting, Spelling, Reading, & Writing – K. Gaub, L. Snyder, B. Garwood, D. Stroup
    • Reading at Home – Bruce Gee
    • Catechesis – Pr. Peter Bender
    • Visions of Excellence: A Look Inside The Classical Curriculum at Mt. Hope – It works! – K. Gaub, L. Snyder, B. Garwood, D. Stroup
    • Teaching the Reformation through Its Great Debates – Dr. Steven Hein
    • Teaching Western Civilization:  The Classical and Medieval Periods – What Should Be Taught & Why – Kathleen Hein
    • The American Revolution – W. Cario
    • Science – M. Korte
    • Literature – Dr. Gene Edward Veith
    • The Gospel in the Classroom:  Teaching & Proclamation – Pr. Robert Schaibley
    • So You Want to Go Classical? – Stephen Kieser
    • Imitatio:  Cultivating Style, Eloquence and Imagination Through Oratory – Dr. James Tallmon
    • Daily Liturgical Worship in a Classical, Lutheran School – Pr. John Hill
    • Founding an Organization for the Training, Accrediting, Recruiting, and Encouraging of Classical, Lutheran Education – Stephen Kieser
    • Latin and the Classical Christian Curriculum:  An Apologia and Practical Suggestions – Dr. E. Christian Kopff
    • Brain Differences Between Girls and Boys and the Difference it Makes for Classical Education – Pr. Robert Schaibley
    • Art Guilds for the Lutheran School – K. Hughes, R. Pollock

 

“Schedule”

Reproduced from Sturm Archives: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Sturm/message/3709

Provided for historical reference only as an overview of the Conference schedule.
Recordings are not available at this time.

 

The Conference On Classical & Lutheran Education IV held on July 1-3, 2002
is offering recorded presentations in four different formats: video, audio,
standard audio CD and MP3 CD (requires either a MP3 player or special
computer software.)

Individual video tapes may be purchased separately for $12.00 each or $99.95
for the complete set. The tapes are broken down as follows:

Tape 1: “What is Classical Lutheran Education?” – G.E. Veith
“From Wittenberg to Concordia: The Lutheran Educational Heritage”- P. Ferry
“Modern Schooling: The Influence Of Utopian Visions in the Dumbing Down of
American Education” – S. Hein
“Visions of Excellence: A Look Inside the Classical Curriculum at Mt.
Hope – It Works!” K. Gaub, L. Snyder, B. Garwood, D. Stroup

Tape 2: “Luther on Education” – J. Brondos
“The Place of Rhetoric in Classical Lutheran Education” – J. Tallmon
Banquet Speaker – E.C. Kopff
“Founding an Organization for the Training, Accrediting, Recruiting, and
Encouraging of Classical Lutheran Educators” – S. Keiser

Tape 3: “Teaching Christian Apologetics” – S. Hein
“Teaching the Spaulding Method: Phonics, Handwriting, Spelling, Reading &
Writing”- K. Gaub, L. Snyder, B. Garwood & D. Stroup
“Reading at Home” – B. Gee

Tape 4: “Catechesis” – P. Bender
“Teaching the Reformation Through Its Great Theological Debates” – S. Hein
“Teaching Western Civilization: The Classical & Medieval Period – What
Should Be Taught & Why” – K. Hein

Tape 5: “The American Revolution”- W. Cario
“Science” – M. Korte
“Literature” – G. E.Veith

Tape 6: Teaching: “The American Revolution” Classically – Panel
Teaching “Science” Classically – Panel
Teaching “Literature” Classically – Panel

Tape 7: “The Gospel in the Classroom: Teaching & Proclamation”- R. Schaibley
“So You Want To Go Classical” – S. Keiser
“Imitatio: Cultivating Style, Eloquence and Imagination Through Oratory” -
J. Tallmon
“Daily Liturgical Worship in a Classical Lutheran School” – Hill

Tape 8: “Latin and the Classical Christian Curriculum: An Apologia and
Practical
Suggestions” – E. C. Kopff
“Brain Differences Between Girls and Boys and the Difference it Makes for
Classical Education” – R. Schaibley
“Art Guilds for the Lutheran School” – Hughes & Pollock

Tape 9: Q & A, Chartering Ceremony & Closing Service

Each presentation (see individual videotape selection) is on one audio tape
and one CD. The 29 audio tape and CD sets are $99.95 (Q&A , Chartering
Ceremony & Closing Service included free.) Individual audio tapes and CD’s
are $4.00 per tape and CD.

MP3 (2 CD set) – $99.95.

All prices include shipping.

Please send personal check or money order, made out to CUW, to:

Concordia University Wisconsin
12800 North Lake Shore Drive
Mequon, WI 53097
Attn: Sally Williams

Please contact Sally Williams at Sally.Williams@… or 262.243.4307 if
you have further questions.

 

Reproduced from Sturm Archives: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Sturm/message/3709

Provided for historical reference only as an overview of the Conference schedule.
Recordings are not available at this time.