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Introduction to Classical Lutheran Education

Classical Lutheran Education, Defined

History of Lutheran Education

Classical Lutheran Day Schools

Read Issues of our Classical Lutheran Education Journal

Read the 2018 Issue of the CLEJ

Introducing the work of
the Consortium for Classical Lutheran Education

 

 

The History of Classical Lutheran Education

CCLE XVIII Plenary, Part 1: Classical Lutheran Education: The Past, Dr. Gene Veith

CCLE XVIII Plenary, Part 2: Classical Lutheran Education: The Present, Dr. Gene Veith

CCLE XVIII Plenary, Part 3 Classical Lutheran Education: The Future, Dr. Gene Veith

An Introduction to Classical Lutheran Education (In Three Parts)

Part 1: What is Classical About Classical Lutheran Education? Mrs. Cheryl Swope, XVIII

Consider also: Rev. Robert Paul, XVII Audio

Part 2: What is Lutheran About Classical Lutheran Education? Rev. Robert Paul, XVIII

Consider also: Rev. Robert Paul, XVII Audio

Part 3: What Is Classical Lutheran Education: Theory in Practice, Rev Paul Cain, XVIII

Consider also: Practicality of Pedagogy,
Dr. Jim Tallmon, CCLE XVI Powerpoint Audio
Dr. Jim Tallmon, XVII Audio

Liberation from Captivity: The Genius of Lutheran Liberal Arts Education,
Dr. Angus Menuge, XVI PDF Audio
Dr. Angus Menuge, XVII Powerpoint Audio

 

 

Truth, Goodness, and Beauty

A Pedagogy of Beauty, Dr. Kenneth Calvert, CCLE XV Plenary
Part1 Part2 Part3 Handout

A Pedagogy of Goodness, Dr. Scott Ashmon, CCLE XVI Plenary
Audio1 Audio2 Audio3
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A Pedagogy of Truth, Part 1, Rev. John Hill, CCLE XVII Plenary

A Pedagogy of Truth, Part 2, Rev. John Hill, CCLE XVII Plenary

A Pedagogy of Truth, Part 3 Rev. John Hill, CCLE XVII Plenary

Truth in Educational Theory, Dr. Thomas Korcok, XVII Three-Part Session
Audio1 Audio2 Audio3

Truth in Lutheran Education, Rev. Robert Paul, XVII Sectional
Audio

The Progymnasmata: Training to Recognize, Contemplate, and Emulate Virtue,
Miss Heather Judd, XVI Sectional
Audio

Worldviews, Rev. Adam Hensley, XIII Sectional
Worldview Workshop Handout

 

Topics at CCLE Conferences I through IX, 1999 to 2009, Cumulative

 

Other Plenary Presentations

 

Banquet Presentations and Speeches

CCLE XVIII

CCLE XVII

CCLE X (A History of CCLE, Conferences and Consortium)
CCLE V (The Failure of Islam)

 

 

Trivium (The Arts of Language)

 

Good Teaching and the Trivium, Part 1, Mrs. Erika Mildred

Good Teaching and the Trivium, Part 2, Mrs. Erika Mildred

Good Teaching and the Trivium, Part 3, Mrs. Erika Mildred

Grammar – all that is foundational in language

 

Latin

The Contagion of Loving Latin: Practical Tips for Instilling a Love of Latin in Students,
Rev. Christian Preus, XVII
Audio

The Beauty of Latin, Rev. Paul J Cain, XV
PP Handout Audio

Latin and Liturgy with Children, Rev. Paul J Cain, XIV
PP Audio

 

Logic – analysis of language &
Rhetoric – eloquence, beauty, and persuasion with language

The Neglected Parts of the Trivium: Dialectic and Rhetoric, Part 1,
Dr. Jim Tallmon and Rev. Paul Cain

The Neglected Parts of the Trivium: Dialectic and Rhetoric, Part 2, Rev. Paul Cain

The Neglected Parts of the Trivium: Dialectic and Rhetoric, Part 3,
Rev. Paul Cain and Dr. Jim Tallmon

Using the Socratic Method in Daily Teaching, Mr. Alex Graf, XVIII Sectional

Writing an Essay with Heart: Logos, Ethos, Pathos, Dr. Jim Tallmon, XVIII Sectional

The Unfortunate Truth about Rhetorical Studies, Dr. Tallmon, XVII Sectional
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Quadrivium (The Arts of Mathematics)

Origin Science: How it Differs and Why that Matters, Mrs. Erika Mildred, XVIII Sectional

Teaching Truth in Science and Math, Rev. Kieser, XVII Sectional
FirstAudio Second Audio

The Quadrivium: Aesthetics in Music and Science,
Dr. Menuge, XVI Sectional PDF Audio

Teaching Science Classically, Mr. Robert Hickey, XIII Sectional
Teaching Science Classically: Bibliography Teaching Science Classically Power Point

 

Discrete quantity or number
Arithmetic – theory of number
(number)

It’s a Beautiful Thing: The Classical Approach to Mathematics, Rev. Richard Gaub, XVIII Sectional

Teaching the Truth in Mathematics, Mrs. Tauschek, XVII
Audio SecondVersionAudio

Discrete quantity or number
Music Theory – application of the theory of number
(number in time)

My soul magnifies the Lord. My spirit rejoices in God, my Savior:
The Joy of Music Making in the Classical Lutheran School,
Miss Marie Landskroener, Ms. Julia Habrecht,
XVIII Sectional

 

Continuous quantity
Geometry – theory of space
(number in space)

 

Continuous quantity
Astronomy – application of the theory of space
(number in space and time)

 

Literature and History

Teaching Literature, Part 1, Dr. Gene Edward Veith, CCLE XVIII

Teaching Literature, Part 2, Dr. Gene Edward Veith, CCLE XVIII

Teaching Literature, Part 3, Dr. Gene Edward Veith, CCLE XVIII

Teaching Truth in Literature, Dr. Gene Edward Veith, XVII Three-Part Session
Audio1 Audio2 Audio3

The Books You Need to Read and Why: An Interactive Discussion, Rev. Paul J Cain, XVIII Sectional

Our Heritage, Our Identity: Teaching Middle School History, Ms. Brittany Newton, XVIII Sectional

Lutherans Reading and Teaching the Pagan Poets: Ovid, Dr. C J Armstrong, XVIII Sectional

Teaching Classical Myth in Christian Schools, Rev. Christian Preus, XVII Sectional
Audio

Lutheran Theology, Practice, and History

Ordering Our Days: Children and the Church Year, Mrs. Jocelyn Benson, XVIII Sectional

The Heidelberg Disputation 500th Anniversary, Rev. Charles Henrickson, XVIII Sectional

Bugenhagen and Beyond: School Orders for the 21st Century, Rev. Steve Kieser, XVIII Sectional

Lutheran Education and Baptism (from Issues, Etc.)
Rev. Steve Kieser on Issues, Etc., DATE

A Theology of Worship for Classical Lutheran Educators,
Rev. Paul J Cain, Future Certification Course

Law and Gospel, Rev. Paul J Cain, XVI Certification Course
Handout LutherSermon PP
Audio1 Audio2 Audio3

Law and Gospel, Rev. Paul J Cain, XIII Certification Course
Law and Gospel Handout Luther Sermon PowerPoint
Audio1 Audio2 Audio3

The Gospel in the Lutheran Confessions,
Rev. Paul J Cain, XVII Certification Course
Handout PP
Audio1 Audio2 Audio3

Classical Christian Education and Truth in Luther’s Bondage of the Will,
Dr. E. Christian Kopff, XVII Banquet Speech
Video (Including Banquet Presentations)

Why Luther Preferred Plato to Aristotle in the Heidelberg Disputation of 1518,
Dr. E. Christian Kopff, XVII Sectional
Audio

Classical Education of the Reformation and Truth,
Dr. Mobley, XVII Sectional
PP AudioVersion1 AudioVersion2

Truth in our Lutheran Hymnody, Rev. Mark Preus, XVII Sectional
Audio

The Gospel and Goodness, Rev. Ring, XVI Sectional
Paper

 

Worldview, Apologetics, and Culture

Stoic Ethics and the New Testament, Dr. Jason Soenksen, XVIII Sectional

 

Feminization of the Church: Challenges for a Classical Lutheran Education,
Dr. Hein, XVII
Audio1 Audio2 Audio3

Raising our Children in Truth, Rev. Rolf Preus, XVII Three-Part Session
Audio1 Audio2 Audio3

Truth in Culture and Romans 1, Rev. Paul Nus, XVII Sectional
Audio

 

Teacher Topics

The Power of the Primary Years, Mrs. Cheryl Swope, XVIII Sectional

True Language Arts and Special Needs, Mrs. Cheryl Swope, XVIII Sectional

Students with Self-Governance, Dream or Reality,
Ms. Katherine Kramer, Miss Molly Leithart, and Miss Carissa Davis,
XVIII Sectional

Writing Classical Lesson Plans, Mrs. Erika Mildred, XVIII Sectional

Using the House System for Classical Lutheran Schools, Mr. Lance Gerard, XVIII Sectional

The Tutorial Method of Teaching, Mr. Alex Graf, XVIII Sectional

Teaching in a Small, Cottage, or New Classical Lutheran School, Mrs. Alicia Russell, XVIII Sectional

 

Embodied Learning for Embodied Souls:
Physical Education and Physiology in Classical Lutheran Education,
Ms. Kristin Malcom, XVIII Sectional

 

On Taking Students Seriously, Mr. Demarest, XVII Sectional Paper Audio

 

Homeschool Topics

Classical Lutheran Homeschooling 101

 

Administrator Topics

CCLE School Accreditation and Teacher Certification, Dr. Jackquelyn Veith, XVIII Sectional

Teacher Observation and Evaluation, Dr. Jackquelyn Veith, XVIII Sectional

Social Media, PR, and Your School, Mrs. Amy Crawford, XVIII Sectional

Curriculum Mapping, Dr. Jackquelyn Veith, XVIII Sectional

Classical Lutheran School Administration, Part 1, Rev. Steve Kieser, XVIII

Classical Lutheran School Administration, Part 2, Rev. Steve Kieser, XVIII

Classical Lutheran School Administration, Part 3, Rev. Steve Kieser, XVIII

Headmaster Roundtable, Rev. Cain, XI Sectional Audio Notes

Headmaster Roundtable, Rev. Cain, XIV Sectional Audio

Truth and Practice in School Administration, Rev. Kieser, XVII Sectional Audio Handout

 

 

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