How to Enroll in Online Classes at Kepler
Some Kepler classes are now accepting auditors. Search the courses to see which ones do.
Our consortium of scholarly educators have decided to donate their time this spring by offering live online classes for just $1.
Many teachers from Kepler's consortium of scholarly educators have decided to donate their time during the Coronavirus pandemic by offering live online classes for just $1.
Kepler's four-part Teaching Online webinars will cover the practical tools available for effectively teaching online with classical pedagogy in mind.
Registration is OPEN!
We're so excited about it that we're giving away a $50 Amazon gift card and a Kepler T-shirt to every one of the first 50 families that register for classes and share about it!
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The way Kepler supports teachers whose courses satisfy credits on our diploma track is unique and will provide a remarkable benefit to parents and students.
At Kepler, we are not only advocates of flipping the classroom, but we are also advocates of flipping the entire school. To say it another way, our goal is to not only maximize the use of classroom time, but to also eliminate the impediments of “the school” so teachers can focus on educating students. And of all the characteristics that make Kepler a unique option for parents and students, this characteristic is key.
Kepler provides students with abundant flexibility by offering a plethora of high-quality teachers who will teach exceptional courses at a variety of times within a range costs, and with a number of Christian traditions to choose from.
Modern technology has given us opportunities to educate the next generation in ways that could have been only imagined 60 years ago.
Kepler is unique because it offers students a liberal arts (or classical) education. That is, our teachers do the Christ-centered work of preparing students for life by guiding them through the great primary texts of the Western tradition in an effort to help them appreciate, apprehend—and approximate their lives with—that which is true, good, and beautiful in the cosmos.
What will it look like to be a teacher at Kepler? Though it is quite plausible there are more variations in kind than will be considered here, this post examines three kinds of teachers who will teach at Kepler.
Since a different career path is not an option for those who are called to teach, Kepler’s mission is to serve those committed teachers by meeting specific challenges facing online classical educators.
Taking the time to think through and state what a company believes and how those beliefs will affect their decisions and actions can be a powerful exercise toward cultivating the company’s moral imagination, increasing its effectiveness, achieving its mission, and fulfilling its vision.
Kepler is rolling out a robust platform for independent teachers to them serve their students better. Here is our launch timeline.
Our vision is to advance quality online classical education. Our mission is to leverage the unique technology of our age to help educators and students do their best work in their respective roles.