Chris Perrin

Patio Q&A On Caught Between Scylla and Charybdis

Thursday, June 25 | 4:30-5:30pm Philisophy & Worldview Sponsored by Classical Academic Press Session Recording Unavailable Patio Q&A on “Caught Between Scylla and Charybdis” Unlike Odysseus, you’ve got too many good choices this evening! Join us for an hour of good drink and conversation – of mythological proportions! Dr. Louis Markos and Dr. Christopher Perrin invite you to join the conversation about Louis’s next new book from Classical… Read More »Patio Q&A On Caught Between Scylla and Charybdis

Lessons from America

Friday, June 26 | 11:30-12:15pm International Session Recording Over the last 40 years, classical Christian education has been recovered and renewed in North America. What has been learned in this process? Dr. Perrin presents key lessons gleaned from this resurgence. Educators from around the world seeking to recover this ancient tradition will find these lessons insightful and helpful. Dr. Chris Perrin Christopher Perrin, MDiv, PhD,… Read More »Lessons from America

Lessons Learned: What Have We Learned about Classical Education after 40 Years of Trying to Recover It?

Friday, June 26 | 3:30-4:15pm Philosophy & Worldview Sponsored by Classical Academic Press Session Recording In 1980 and 1981, three classical Christian schools were planted, each without knowledge of the other. About this same time, homeschoolers were seeking a better way of educating their children and looking to the past for better models than what we all have experienced in modern, progressive schools. In a… Read More »Lessons Learned: What Have We Learned about Classical Education after 40 Years of Trying to Recover It?

Slimming Down the Curriculum

Thursday, June 25 | 2:30-3:15pm Admin Support Sponsored by Classical Academic Press Session Recording Like so many secular schools, classical schools often pack their curriculum to include up to 10 subjects per semester spread over seven or eight periods per day. Like so many of our modern school practices, it turns out that this is not a traditional, classical practice. The classical tradition insisted upon… Read More »Slimming Down the Curriculum