In this five-part conversation between the co-authors of Flourishing Together: A Christian Vision for Students, Educators, and Schools, Dr. Lynn Swaner (ACSI and Cardus) and Andy Wolfe (Church of England Schools) unpack the five domains of flourishing explored in the book: Purpose, Relationships, Learning, Resources, and Well-Being. They explore the biblical framework for each domain, discuss the challenges today’s schools face, and explore practical suggestions for school leaders in moving toward greater flourishing.
In this new and revised Christian Philosophy of Education series (2023), multimedia segments present a foundation of teaching from an intentionally Christian perspective. Course 3 Biblical Integration, the last of three courses in this series, provides a framework for practical analysis and application of biblical worldview integration in the classroom. This comprehensive series includes engaging assignments, fulfilling ACSI's Christian Philosophy of Education requirement. Courses 1 and 2 are prerequisites to this course for those pursuing the ACSI Philosophy of Christian Education Requirement.
In this new and revised Christian Philosophy of Education series (2023), multimedia segments present a foundation of teaching from an intentionally Christian perspective. Course 2 Worldview, the second of three courses in this series, defines and explores worldviews, explains a biblical worldview, and describes educational purposes from a biblical perspective. This comprehensive series includes engaging assignments, fulfilling ACSI's Christian Philosophy of Education requirement. Course 1, Foundations, is a prerequisite to this course for those pursuing the ACSI Philosophy of Christian Education Requirement.
Like any skilled artist, teachers rely on a set of unassuming yet powerful tools to refine their practice and create a transformative learning environment. Join Karrie Edwards in this training where she unveils practical and simple techniques that ignite student motivation and foster a classroom culture of love, respect, and value.
Whether you are a new teacher embarking on your teaching journey or a seasoned educator seeking to enhance your instructional approach, this training will benefit you and your students. Karrie Edwards has meticulously curated a collection of functional tools that will empower you to guide students towards positive learning behaviors and remarkable achievement.
You'll gain invaluable insights into cultivating student motivation and creating a classroom atmosphere where every individual feels valued and inspired. From proven strategies for engagement to fostering a culture of respect, you will learn how to wield these effective tools with precision and artistry.
Step into your role as an artist of education and embark on a journey of educational excellence like never before. Unleash your teaching artistry with the power of effective tools.
In this course, teachers will learn how to use multiple strategies for engaging students in online learning. They will be able to apply the principles of backward design and instructional design to online instruction. Teachers will be able to create engaging instructional media and gain insights on how to tell stories digitally. Finally, they will apply the principles for developing authentic assessments in online learning environments.
In this new and revised Philosophy of Christian Education series (2023), multimedia segments present a foundation of teaching from an intentionally Christian perspective. Course 1 Foundations, the first of three courses in this series, explores key philosophical beliefs from a scriptural perspective and examines their impact on Christian education.
The Philosophy of Christian Education course is a key component of ACSI teacher certification. Upon completion of the video component, teachers should refer to the philosophy requirement checklist for additional certification requirements.
No matter what your role in education is - teacher, administrator, or support staff - much is usually expected of you. You can often feel pulled in multiple directions and as a result you can often feel discouraged, burned out, and ineffective. What should be your priority as an educator? How do you decide where to focus your energy and time? Are you really supposed to attend to all the needs of all the students? How should Christian education be different from secular education?
As an educator, you have probably been exposed to multiple instructional tools, methods, and theories that inform and assist your role in education. New ideas and new technologies have become a constant part of education often claiming superiority over past practices. As Christian educators, however, we follow an unchanging standard based on God and the gospel of Jesus Christ that is the central theme of His Word. How does this story of transforming grace inform your methodology, theory, and practice?
"Your Christian School: A Culture of Grace?" will allow you to examine your priorities in your role of education. It will help and compel you to create a school or classroom that is aligned with the work God is doing in the lives of students.
Every single day, someone you know is thinking about committing suicide. It isn’t just one or two—ten million Americans will consider killing themselves in the upcoming year. Dr. Matthew Sleeth believes Christians—and our churches—should be the first to offer hope.
Learn from Os Guinness, John Lennox, Jeff Myers, Christopher Yuan, John Stonestreet, and many more about how to engage society in this cultural moment.
This course will provide guidance for teaching worldviews, culture, and cultural engagement.
In the Philosophy of Christian Education series, Dr. Derek Keenan presents four sessions designed to provide teachers with a foundation of teaching from an intentionally Christian perspective. Session 1: Truth- The Foundation explores the concepts of truth and man from both philosophical and scriptural perspectives and examines the foundational nature of these beliefs to the Christian school and education. The Philosophy of Christian Education course is a key component of ACSI teacher certification.
Upon completion of the video component, teachers should refer to the philosophy requirement checklist for additional certification requirements.