My Books

Tolle, lege.

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Latin for Children

Latin for Children Primer Series
This is three book series I co-authored with Dr. Aaron Larsen, geared for upper elementary students.

 

Greek for Children

Greek for Children Primer Series
I authored this first book in the Greek for Children Primer Series. If you have an elementary student interested in learning Greek this just might be a great place to start. I teach via an accompanying DVD as well.

Greek Alphabet Code Cracker

Introduction to the Greek Alphabet
This is a book designed to help children learn the Greek alphabet in eight chapters while they simultaneously solve a who-done-it burglary. Do you have a child interested in Greek? Try this.

An Introduction to Classical Ed

A Guide for Parents
This is my brief, 45 page introduction to classical education. If you are new to classical education and want to get the big picture, this is the place to start.

An Introduction to Classical Ed

A Guide for Parents–Korean version
This is my brief, 45 page introduction to classical education. If you are new to classical education and want to get the big picture, this is the place to start–especially if you speak Korean.

The Art of Argument

An Introduction to the Informal Fallacies
I was a collaborating author on this book with lead authors Dr. Aaron Larsen and Joelle Hodge. Do you want to learn how reasoning goes wrong and how to detect and parry various logical hoodwinks and tricks? Start here.

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Read.

Find a great book and read it.

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Think.

Think about what you read.

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Write.

Write about your thoughts.

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Speak.

Speak to others about what you have learned.

Recent Blog Posts

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John Henry Newman and Classical Education

Some of you have heard of John Henry Newman, or Cardinal Newman as he is often called. Those of you seeking to renew the classical tradition of education, no doubt have come across Newman's name, and some of you have read through at least parts of his famous book, The...

Let’s Pause a Moment

It won't surprise many of you to hear that I am continuing to read, think, and write about . . . restful learning. I am working on a new book, likely to be titled Learning from Rest, which will follow and complement Sarah Mackenzie's Teaching from Rest. The more we...

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