Further Thoughts on Rhetoric plus some thoughts on living in the world of Covid-19
In this episode, Andrew Kern offers some further thoughts on Rhetoric, plus offers some thoughts on living in the world of Covid-19 a a teacher and parent.
Monday, March 15, 2021
On Grammar and Interpreting Signs
In this episode, Andrew Kern explains what he means when he says that grammar is the art of interpreting signs, plus he answers some of other listener questions.
Monday, February 15, 2021
How Does Rhetoric Teach Students to Read? (Part 2)
In this episode, Andrew Kern offers some practical applications regarding the ways rhetoric teaches students to read well, then he answers some listener questions (including about children's literature.)
Monday, February 8, 2021
How Does Rhetoric Teach Students To Read?
In this episode, Andrew Kern spends the bulk of the episodes contemplating the questions, "how does rhetoric teach us to read?" before diving into some more rapid-fire questons/answers.
Monday, February 1, 2021
Ways of coping for the physical, the psychological, and the spiritual realms
In this episode, Andrew Kern contemplates ways of helping us cope with troubled times in each of physical, psychological, and spiritual realms.
Tuesday, January 26, 2021
More thoughts on living through crisis, plus audience Q&A
Recorded back in the spring of 2020, this episode wa part of the ongoing Ask Andrews live webinar series. In this episode, Andrew expresses his thanks to God and to audience before continuing his thoughts on how to live through the criss we have all lived through this year (13:30), and then answering some questions from the audience (41:00).
Wednesday, December 2, 2020
Further Thoughts on Living within Crisis
In this episode, Andrew Kern returns to the topic of living in a world of crisis, especially as parents and teachers.
Tuesday, November 3, 2020
Thoughts on the Relationship Between the Arts, Sciences, and Reason
Join Andrew Kern for another recording of his Ask Andrew webinar series. In this episode he contemplates the relationship between the arts, sciences, and reason -- and much more, as usual.