DOANE!T Episode 117: Keynote On Brand Building
Darren gives a keynote on brand building for a group of independent teachers at Kepler Education.
DOANE!T Episode 87: The New Mindset
In the container Darren drops the truth of the new mindset that needs to change in order to work. It is no longer about degrees.
DOANE!T Episode 78: Content Communication Elective – Day 5
There is no neutrality. Darren gives one of his most comprehensive overviews to date on why and how social media and brand building works.
DOANE!T Episode 70: Content Communication Elective – Day 2
Is social media all vanity or a means to humility?
DOANE!T Episode 69: Content Communication Elective – Day 1
This series of lectures is an ongoing course in Content Communication from Logos School in Moscow, Idaho, a premiere school in Classical Christian Education.
DOANE!T Episode 63: Darren Gets Grilled
Darren gets grilled by Kepler Education on why and what makes him qualified to be a teacher at a Masters/Doctorate level. For more information check out https://kepler.education/t/darren.doane?tab=courses.
DOANE!T Episode 61: The Truck Cast: Leave College? Why not?
Darren discusses the need to possibly leave college even if you’re 6 months away from your degree.
DOANE!T Episode 59: Hot Take on Film School Faculty
Jake makes Darren go through the top faculty profiles at the most prestigious film schools in the country.
DOANE!T Episode 58: The Truck Cast: Straight Talk On Why My Online Platform Is A Game Changer
More details on how and why I’m doing this course.
DOANE!T Episode 57: Why I’m Starting An Online School
Full Doanecast on why I’m going all-in on an online program to train, teach, and mentor in Content Communication.
DOANE!T Episode 39: The History/Future Of Education And Why Colleges Are In Trouble
Epic conversation with Scott Postma on the history of the American school system, the future of a college degree, and why apprenticeship will win.
The Wrath of the Educrats
By Rhett Burns The Educrats are angry. And it seems they are lashing out in fear, having been threatened by the terrible vision of ten-year-olds learning their math facts at the kitchen table. Harvard Magazine ran a hit piece by Erin O’Donnell in its most recent issue, insinuating that home schools are hotbeds of abuse […]
The Patriarchy Podcast: The Beginning Of Knowledge (Ep 3)
On this episode of The Patriarchy Podcast, we talk about education, interview Jason Storms, and expand on what it means to be a father who teaches. #SupportThePatriarchy and get access to behind the scenes material and lots of bonus content by signing up to be a Fight Laugh Feast Club Member at FightLaughFeast.com using the […]
WCF: Cherry Buds for the Next Generation
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Several years ago, a lot of press was given to the new Common Core standards that were implemented nationwide. At the request of several state school boards, the Common Core standards are English and Math requirements handed down by the federal department of education. These set new federal requirements in reading and math, and were […]
Educating for Ignorance
Schools of all types desire an interdisciplinary education. Secular education strives for it, and liberal arts assumes to be the master of it (Newell, 2007; Edutopia Team, 2008). In order to be truly interdisciplinary, subjects must be united around a central theme or pedagogical goal. Most schools face a continual struggle to integrate topics across […]
Education as Worship: It’s Not Classical, It’s Christian
Classical education has enjoyed a resurgence in popularity in both Christian and secular schools. The Association of Classical Christian Schools is just over 20 years old and has members around the world. Secular educators have noted the success of the classical method, and now classical charter schools are popping up all over the country. The […]
Does the Church Fail the Uneducated?
The church in America has in part given way to a social club that maintains the apparatus of Christianity while providing different social classes, from the lower middle class on up, respectability and community. This respectability and community sometimes comes at the cost of exclusion of the poor and less-educated.
Are Parents Ready for Vouchers?
Betsy DeVos is known for her support of “the voucher system” for public education (Nazaryan 2017, 39; Disare 2017, 49). In this system, parents are given a certain amount of voucher money for child tuition which can be used at the school of their choice, regardless of that school’s beliefs and affiliations. This would potentially […]
Review of Stephen Kershnar’s Book Pedophilia and Adult-Child Sex: A Philosophical Analysis
[EDIT: In light of the recent uproar about Milo Yiannopoulos, I think it would be helpful to repost this article. Christians have an objective moral standard by which they condemn rape, including pedophilia. But what do men like Kershnar have? He has an atheistic, materialistic worldview, in which there is no way to account for moral […]