To become a great Christian classical teacher it is not enough to master a technique.
Instead we must receive the rain of wisdom from every source whatsoever, sometimes being reminded of something we must or might do, sometimes apprehending more firmly something we have begun to grasp, sometimes being reminded of something worth remembering.
Thus each day, receiving the grace of transformation presented by Him who is the giver of all good gifts, we become ever so slightly wiser than we were the day before.
I urge you, therefore, if you are a headmaster or a board member, to ensure that your teachers are not driven to master techniques or to complete programs, but that they are responsive to the call to rest in Him. Otherwise, your school cannot be the means of grace your stewardship requires of you. But if it is, the reward to you is very great.