Applications Course

Year Two: Applications for Authentic Christian Teaching and Learning

Onsite Monday, July 11 – Friday, July 15, 2022, Chesapeake, Virginia. The Foundations Course is a prerequisite, unless participant has equivalent previous training. Contact Dr. Lyons to discuss. Please note: because of the individual training and mentoring the Application Course is NOT offered online.

Mission: The development of an individual profile for internalizing Biblical classical Principle Approach teaching and learning to rebuild the culture multi-generationally for Christ His Story.

Applications is the second year, five-day course in the Principle Approach philosophy, methodology and curriculum towards becoming a certified master Principle Approach teacher. By applying the foundational teaching in the subject areas or grade levels, the method is internalized while preparing the participant with the ownership of the tools needed for authentic Biblical classical education.

Teaching Method:  Direct instruction with participation by discussion and presentation; building the Applications record for all future teaching in individual circumstances (levels, settings, subjects, families, etc.); development of plans for implementation in local teaching setting.

Mentoring: Upon acceptance into the Master Teacher Certification Course, you will be assigned a mentor who will  guide you, one-to-one, through the three levels of study, instruction, and performance.

Your Instructors: The Applications Course will be taught by master teachers and scholars. Dr. Carole Adams, President of FACE and architect of The Noah Plan Principle Approach curriculum; Dr. Max Lyons, Director of Teaching Services at FACE, author and co-author of six books; Gary Porter, constitutional lecturer and FACE docent; Dr. Mike Myers, Director of Leading Schools Program; Martha Shirley, Director of Professional Development at StoneBridge School; Margie Lyons, homeschool expert and author; Linda Andrus, Assistant Editor and former Master Teacher at StoneBridge School; Chris Evans, Virginia historian and author; and Dan Smithwick of the Nehemiah Institute.

Click here to view the Master Teacher Course Program Manual for 2022.
Please note that detailed teaching schedule and presenters are subject to change.

For more information on the Year Two: Applications Course please contact Max Lyons or call 800-352-3223‬. Please note: Year One: Foundations Course is a prerequisite to the Applications Course.

Click for a report on the 2021 Foundations, Applications or Exhibition Courses.

Tuition: The five-day Applications Course (July 11-15, 2022) tuition is $495 per person. Participants must attend onsite on the FACE campus. No online classes available for this course. Meals and lodging are not included. This schedule is subject to change.


Hotels: Click here for a list of recommended hotels within 10 miles of the The Foundation for American Christian Education and The Hall-Slater Library and Training Center campus located at 4225 Portsmouth Blvd, Chesapeake, Virginia 23321.

Homes: Limited space is available at no cost in the private homes of FACE staff and friends. Contact Max Lyons at 757-488-6601 or send him an email. Register early as free housing is available on a first come first served basis.

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