Join Paideia Fellowship this summer in learning and growing within the classical liberal arts tradition. Whether you are a teacher or mom, who wants to cultivate your craft of teaching or a student who wants to gain valuable study skills you can use throughout the school year, our summer courses and the conference can help you reach your summer learning goals.
Learn how to teach the liberal arts of grammar, logic, and rhetoric through literature, history, and philosophy to students in 5th-12th grades this summer! Learn how to coach students in reading closely and relationally, responding to what they read in meaningful ways, learn how to lead discussions fueled by the classical spirit of inquiry, and how to design your own humanities course. The course begins May 29th and seats are limited to 24 participants. Learn More & Register!
Becoming A Master Student: Online Study Skills Course for Students
Join Classical Teacher, Jennifer Dow, as she leads Middle & High School students through how to become a master classical student. Students will learn how to put on the demeanor of a student, how to steward their time and space, how to read and respond to a variety of written works, and how to develop the habit of assessing themselves. Read more about the course on our website. We begin May 30th and spots are limited to 24 participants. Learn More & Register!
2018 Paideia Fellowship Classical Teaching Conference
The lectures give you an opportunity to learn from speakers like Angelina Stanford on literature and the reading experience, from Jennifer Dow, on how to situate the ancient classical tradition in your modern classical homeschool communities and homeschools, and from others speaking and teaching on the ideas and practices that matter most to the classical teacher and homeschool mom.
The Immersion part of the conference gives you real hands-on experience in a Paideia Fellowship style class. Not only will you get to experience a class, the presenter will also talk through the principles that undergird the practices and experience of the class. Each immersion workshop ends with interactive discussion and Q&A time.
The conference will be held in Concord, North Carolina, June 29th-30th. In order to keep the conference a restful and intimate learning experience, seating is limited to the first 75 registrants. Learn More & Register.