Classical Lutheran education conference

Come to  The Consortium for Classical and Lutheran Education conference, July 17-19, 2012, at Memorial Lutheran Church & School in Houston, Texas.    I’ll be there!   Here is a summary of what’s on tap:

Plenary Speakers
Rev. Todd Wilken of Issues, Etc., for discussions on essential matters of Lutheran education
Dr. Gene Edward Veith for insights and commentary on classical education

Session Leaders include…

Dr. E. Christian Kopff with a discussion of Milton’s essay, “On Education”

Rev. Dr. Steven Hein on matters of apologetics and Lutheran theology

Rev. Mark Preus on teaching Latin

Tim Merritt on teaching the Great Books

Dr. James Tallmon on the Trivium

Mrs. Jackie Veith on the Quadrivium

Dr. Gene Edward Veith in a session on the Family and Vocation from his new book

Janet Muth on Teaching Music Classically

Cheryl Swope on Classical and Lutheran Education with the Special-Needs Child

Rev. Stephen Kieser on Teaching History and Literature in the Home School

Kelly Rottmann on Efficiency in the Home School

Rev. Mark Grunst, Praying the Catechism with Children

Rev. Dan Praeuner with a cost-effective homeschool/school hybrid approach to
classical and Lutheran education

Jocelyn Benson from Wittenberg Academy

and more….

Registration covers sessions from noon 7/17 – noon 7/19, as well as membership
in CCLE, the Consortium for Classical and Lutheran Education.

For more information, please visit www.ccle.org,

 

HT:  Cheryl Swope

About Gene Veith

Professor of Literature at Patrick Henry College, the Director of the Cranach Institute at Concordia Theological Seminary, a columnist for World Magazine and TableTalk, and the author of 18 books on different facets of Christianity & Culture.

  • Ryan

    This is great! While we classically homeschool not much will change overall until we get one of the Concordias to have classical education as the model for the education department. All the young LCMS teacher grad turn up their nose, or whose, at the idea of classical education when they find out what we do.

  • Ryan

    This is great! While we classically homeschool not much will change overall until we get one of the Concordias to have classical education as the model for the education department. All the young LCMS teacher grad turn up their nose, or whose, at the idea of classical education when they find out what we do.

  • http://www.toddstadler.com/ tODD

    Memorial use to be my church for a few years while I attended Rice. Just wanted to say that.

  • http://www.toddstadler.com/ tODD

    Memorial use to be my church for a few years while I attended Rice. Just wanted to say that.

  • http://www.biblegateway.com/versions/Contemporary-English-Version-CEV-Bible/ sg

    Hey, are there any Christian colleges with teacher ed programs that have classes that train classical ed teachers?

    I guess I could look it up.

  • http://www.biblegateway.com/versions/Contemporary-English-Version-CEV-Bible/ sg

    Hey, are there any Christian colleges with teacher ed programs that have classes that train classical ed teachers?

    I guess I could look it up.

  • http://mark.veenman@gmail.com Mark Veenman

    St. Augustine Classical Lutheran Co-op at Messiah Lutheran Church in Waterloo, Canada is sending two moms to the conference this summer. They are looking forward to it!

  • http://mark.veenman@gmail.com Mark Veenman

    St. Augustine Classical Lutheran Co-op at Messiah Lutheran Church in Waterloo, Canada is sending two moms to the conference this summer. They are looking forward to it!

  • http://www.geneveith.com Gene Veith

    Great, Mark! I look forward to meeting these folks and hearing about what they are doing.

  • http://www.geneveith.com Gene Veith

    Great, Mark! I look forward to meeting these folks and hearing about what they are doing.

  • Mark Veenman

    In the meantime, you can read about what we’re doing here: kwclassicalschool.org/index.html
    Exciting times at Messiah LCC!

  • Mark Veenman

    In the meantime, you can read about what we’re doing here: kwclassicalschool.org/index.html
    Exciting times at Messiah LCC!


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