Why should we pay attention to art education with our children, or be intentional about reclaiming our own educations in the arts? What does art have to do with Truth? Does art make us more human? If these questions intrigue you, or if you just want to know what the Five Canons of Rhetoric have to do with fine arts, this latest Everyday Educator podcast is for you! Join Chelly Barnard and Lisa Bailey as they think out loud about the language of art, and how we can all become fluent.
Looking for good reasons to study Latin alongside your student? Join Latin students and tutors Denise Moore and Stephanie Bailey as they show us some unexpected benefits from studying Latin and other foreign languages. Find out how the arts of grammar, dialectic, and rhetoric are sharpened, and how the Five Canons of Rhetoric can equip us to study with intention and success.
Parents, do you yearn to have lively and enlightening conversations with your high-schoolers about history—and everything else? Join Lisa Bailey, Kelli Wilt, and Marc Hays as they talk about the real reasons we should study history. Listen as they explore some great ways to start conversations about history, and reveal the real lesson that history should teach us all.
Are you a “discuss-er”? Do you wish you were, or that your family had the habit of wrestling with big ideas together? This week, Leslie Hubbard, Stephanie Meter, and Lisa Bailey talk about what entices family members to pursue truth together through conversations. Listen and learn to ask good questions, find the value in timely examples, and see the usefulness of the Five Canons of Rhetoric in family discussions.
What’s the easiest way to bring math into the conversations you’re having with your family? Get outside your math book and feast on the beauty and wonder in creation! Guests Jennifer Courtney and Marc Hays help host Lisa Bailey discover the relationship between numbers, patterns, creation, and math conversations. Listen in as these long-time lead learners discuss how the Five Canons of Rhetoric and a playful spirit will improve the math sense of your whole family.