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Five Great Reasons for Studying Science through Researching the Lives of Great Scientists: Spotlight on the Challenge B Research Strand

The research strand in Challenge B fall semester is bursting with a wonderful science education. This article explores why that is so by highlighting five reasons for studying science through researching prominent scientists. Each reason focuses on an underlying...
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A Model for a Classical Conversation

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Revisiting Some Archived Articles that Have Not Been Lost, but May Have Been Forgotten and Are Worth a Fresh Read Original Post Date: October 23, 2013 The guide for today’s science seminar in Challenge I said, “Discuss Module 4.” Previous discussions with this class...
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Transforming the “Cram”—“Test”—“Dump” Model

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When you set out to learn something new, it can be encouraging to realize that it is akin to something you have already mastered. There is something comforting about, say, beginning a new, complex recipe for éclair cake with chocolate ganache and finding at its core...
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Is It Possible to Integrate Even More?

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Integration. To some, it’s a dirty word. To others, it’s a beautiful thing. God is the author of all subjects. If they are all authored by Him and all point to Him, then they must point to one another, as well. Your history discussions will quite naturally call to mind...
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Seven Ways a Classical Education Works with a Christian Worldview

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Classical Conversations is a classical, Christian education. Some might see these words placed together and not see the connection. In fact, some might go so far as to say they do not connect. It probably will not surprise you to hear me say, “Well, they do go together...
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