Articles on Education

Doing Science Online (and doing it well!) :    A Conversation with Mr. Kwong

Doing Science Online (and doing it well!) : A Conversation with Mr. Kwong

Mr. Kwong, one of the most frequently asked questions we hear from parents is how you are able to effectively lead students to explore science onli...
Integrated Humanities FAQs                                                 (or, "Do you really read all of those books?"), by Scott Postma

Integrated Humanities FAQs (or, "Do you really read all of those books?"), by Scott Postma

At Logos Online School, we field myriads of really good questions from parents and students. In this post, I want to address five of the most frequ...
What do you mean by “Integrated Humanities”?

What do you mean by “Integrated Humanities”?

Our Integrated Humanities classes are all-encompassing courses of study which include literature, history and theology. Students who complete one y...
Confidence and Humility by Dr. Eliot Grasso

Confidence and Humility by Dr. Eliot Grasso

When one hears of a Great Books college that happens to be Christian, one might expect a curriculum stocked exclusively with the great works of Ch...
Does Technology Destroy Education? by Dr. Eliot Grasso

Does Technology Destroy Education? by Dr. Eliot Grasso

This article originally appeared on the Circe Institute website.  Efficiency might be the highest virtue of our age, but what does this do to the w...
The Central Vision by Douglas Wilson

The Central Vision by Douglas Wilson

When Logos Online School first began five years ago, we settled on a tagline that stated your partner in classical Christian education. There were ...
The Classroom and the Computer Screen

The Classroom and the Computer Screen

We were happy to welcome Dr. Schlect into our virtual classroom at the end of January as part of our Live Webinar series (you can watch that record...
Principles Over Policy

Principles Over Policy

contributed by Scott Postma, originally posted on his personal blog It was in the military that I first conceptualized organizational policy and un...
All Perfectly Legal by Douglas Wilson

All Perfectly Legal by Douglas Wilson

Many years ago I saw a cartoon that summed up our situation perfectly. A couple of explorers were standing in a huge cauldron, hands tied behind th...
Christians & the Classics by Brian Phillips

Christians & the Classics by Brian Phillips

       Louise Cowan, in her essay “The Necessity of the Classics”, begins by telling the story of Kagemusha, a film by Japanese director Akira Kuro...
Why Study Greek Myths? by Brian Marr

Why Study Greek Myths? by Brian Marr

Question: I have questions about the study of Greek myths. I find many of the stories disturbing, and my children do as well. Can you please help ...