CCLE XVI

Classical Lutheran Education: A Pedagogy of Goodness

XVI GROUP

LOCATION: Concordia Theological Seminary, Ft. Wayne, IN

DATE: July 19-21, 2016

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Schedule: CCLEXVISchedule (PDF)

Children’s program: Cost: $25/week for one child with $75/week max for any size family. Register

Plenary Speaker

Dr. Scott Ashmon
Assistant Provost for Undergraduate Education
Author of The Idea and Practice of a Christian University: A Lutheran Approach
Concordia University Irvine

PowerPoint Slides

Audio Only: Part1     Part2     Part3

Live-streamed Facebook Video

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Part 3:

Sorry for audio problems on Part 3 of the FB livestream!
Here is mp3 audio: AshmonPlenary3

 

Conference Banquet Speaker

Dr. E. Christian Kopff
Associate Professor of Classics and Author of The Devil Knows Latin: Why America Needs the Classical Tradition
University of Colorado, Boulder

Audio

Speakers include

Dr. G. E. Veith — Moral Education and Literature
Dr. Steven Hein — Culture Wars: The Battle over Language for our Children
Dr. Angus Menuge — Liberation from Captivity: The Genius of Lutheran Liberal Arts Education
Dr. Thomas Korcok — How Piaget, Erikson, & Vygotsky Oppose Classical Education
Dr. Korey Maas — Natural Law: Classical, Lutheran, and Necessary
Dr. Jim Tallmon — Rhetoric as the Intellectual Love of God
Dr. Jackie Veith — CCLE Teacher Certification and School Accreditation
Rev. Paul Cain — Law and Gospel
Rev. Robert Paul — What is Lutheran about Classical Lutheran Education?
Cheryl Swope — What is Classical Lutheran Education?
Erika Mildred — Good Teaching and the Trivium

Plus sessions on

Practicality and Pedagogy: How to Teach; Vocation and Children; Cultivating Empathy;
Teaching Right from Wrong; Goodness and the Quadrivium: Math, Music, and Science

Audio Recordings of Sessions and Handouts/PowerPoint Slides
(As they become Available)

Brochure for Classical Education Program at Concordia University Wisconsin

What Is Classical Education (Rev. Paul for C. Swope)
What is Lutheran about Classical Lutheran Education (Rev. Paul)
Practicality of Pedagogy (Dr. Tallmon) PP

Law and Gospel (Rev. Cain)  Handout     LutherSermon    PP     Audio1     Audio2     Audio3

How Piaget, Erickson & Vygotsky Oppose Classical Education (Dr. Korcok) Audio     Handout     PP

Moral Education and Literature (Dr. G. Veith)  Audio1     Audio2     Audio3

All Things Decently and in Good Order: Good Administration (J. Habrecht)

The Quadrivium: Aesthetics in Music and Science (Dr. Menuge)    PDF

Natural Law: Classical, Lutheran, and Necessary (Dr. Maas)

Manners and Goodness as a Culture: Teaching Love for Neighbor (A. Fleming and K. Hull)

Good Literature (T. Merritt) Audio     PowerPoint

When Classical and Christian Agree: The Bible and Sallust on the Death Penalty (Dr. Kopff)

The Progymnasmata: Training to Recognize, Contemplate, and Emulate Virtue (H. Judd)  Audio

The Gospel and Goodness (Rev. Ring)  Paper

Cultivating Empathy (E. Mildred for C. Swope)

The Ungodly Are Not So: Virtue as the Practice of Immortality (G. Fields)

Culture Wars: The Battle over Language for our Children (Rev. Dr. Hein) Audio
Outline: Culture Wars_The Battle over Language

Good Teaching at the Grammar Level (E. Mildred)
Good Teaching at the Dialectic Level (E. Mildred)
Good Teaching at the Rhetoric Level (E. Mildred)
PresentationPDF

Rhetoric as the Intellectual Love of God (Dr. Tallmon)  PP  TuesAudio     Wed:NOAudio     ThurAudio

Vocation for Children (Dr. G. Veith)

Using Latin in the Classroom: Some Real Life Examples (Rev. Dr. Nordling)

Liberation from Captivity: The Genius of Lutheran Liberal Arts Education (Dr. Menuge)
PDF    Audio

The Reformation and America: Congregationalism and the Two Kingdoms (Dr. Kopff) Audio

 

Plenary Meeting     Audio

Congratulations to our Writing Contest Winners and their Teachers!

Level One (2nd & 3rd grade)    
Brooke Miller Mrs. Balcom Trinity Lutheran, Cheyenne, WY
Catherine Gruen Ingrid Gruen Gruen Family Homeschool
Cale Taylor Rhiana Taylor Immanuel Lutheran School, Roswell, NM
       
       
       
Level Two (4th & 5th grade)    
Adam Rottman Kelly Rottman Rottman Academy (Home School)
Jessica Royer Mr. Borg Trinity Lutheran, Cheyenne, WY
Jackson Elwell Rhiana Taylor Immanuel Lutheran School, Roswell, NM
       
       
Level Three (6th & 7th grade)    
       
Julia Johnston Dr. Tallmon Trinity Lutheran, Cheyenne, WY
Carter McVean Mrs. Poehlmann Grace Lutheran School, Brenham, TX
Hannal Lilley Dave Marsh Immanuel Lutheran School, Roswell, NM
       
       
       
Level Four (8th through 12th grade)    
David Woelmer Tim Merritt Faith Lutheran School  
Jonathan Kieser Tim Merritt Faith Lutheran School  
Tami Pate Mrs. Poehlmann Grace Lutheran School, Brenham, TX

Campus Housing

The best way to secure campus housing is to contact Marge Wingfield directly. She can be reached at 260-452-2105 or marge.wingfield@ctsfw.edu.

This conference is the second in a triad of themes:
XV Classical Lutheran Education: A Pedagogy of Beauty
–> XVI Classical Lutheran Education: A Pedagogy of Goodness <–
XVII Classical Lutheran Education: A Pedagogy of Truth