Which type of education is best for your child? How do you decide? How do you find the courage to take action on what you know is best? Come learn tips for deciding which education flavor is best for your child. Explore a tool for developing intuitive skills. Learn about principles that will help you […]

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We have all heard the phrase, “teach them how to think, not what to think.” This phrase resonates with us because we want to raise children who are problem solvers and entrepreneurs that will create change. But how do we actually teach them to think? In this presentation, Adam Hailstone will teach you the three […]

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Are we molding clay or nurturing seeds? One-size-fits-all education does not allow for genuine agency-based learning. Every child is different and without individualized learning of their own choosing, they will fail to reach their potential. In this presentation, Oak shares two ideas to unlocking the potential of schools and students.      

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In this presentation from our 2017 conference, JaKell Sullivan talks about comprehensive sexual education and the agenda of the educational power brokers. Please also check out JaKell’s previous presentation on the complete restructuring of American education and why it’s happening. The slide at 5:14 should have an 8th bullet point “History & Citizenship”.        

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In this presentation Audrey Rindlesbacher shares what she has learned about timeless education principles. Philosophers, Politicians, Teachers and Parents have discussed the process of education almost from the beginning of time. What should children learn? When should they learn it? How should they learn it? Today homeschoolers and educators face a vast variety of conflicting […]

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Ian Cox teaches Leadership, Classics, and Innovative Thinking for high school students at Colesville Academy in Cedar City, Utah. Ian is a featured speaker for Thomas Jefferson Education (TJEd.org) and runs a one-on-one Mentoring Service by phone and online for youth and adults seeking a quality, classical leadership education. In this presentation Ian talks about […]

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The Trivium: Grammar, Logic, and Rhetoric Dave Mallinak is Pastor of the Berean Baptist Church in Ogden and Superintendent of their Christian private school. Their school utilizes what is called the Trivium which is a classical education tool that emphasizes the grammar, logic, and rhetoric of each subject. As students learn to master these tools […]

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The Two Secret Keys to Happy Learners – What Scientists Know and Policy Makers Won’t Let Teachers Do. The brain is the new frontier. Modern educational theorists spend most of their time delving into the inner workings of the brain. With the invention of the FMRI they are able to look at the chemistry of […]

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Real Education vs. Education Fads Multiple sources find that the latest fads in education are not substantiated with evidence.  We like to hear certain things like ‘greater depth of understanding’ or ‘critical thinking’ or ‘grit.’  But how many of these nice-sounding ideas are based in evidence and research?  How do they compare with some of […]

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The strongest leverage point in the education of our youth is to build up their parents! Education systems that attempt to “overcome” the influence of the family are common place and detrimental to society! The family unit is taking a beating on all sides. It’s time to not only “Defend the Family” but to educate […]

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