John Mays explores ways that poetry, literature, art, music, and rambles in the wilderness can add layers of depth to our classroom discussions about science.
June 26, 2015
Christian Kopff discusses grace in Dante’s Inferno.
Andrew Kern discusses integrating curriculum with rhetoric.
Lori Jill Keeler leads a discussion that will be helpful for elementary and secondary teachers as they strive to be more intentional in their instruction and assessment, with the ultimate goal of increased student achievement.
Matthew Kacsmaryk discusses the impact of recent developments in religious liberty.
Allison Jackson presents how Christians can discuss scientific issues when they differ in opinion.
Grant Horner gives a demonstration of a Socratic dialogue.
Chris Hall discusses moving to a liberal arts augmented Singapore Math program.
Deborah Haarsma gives an overview of the key scientific evidence in God’s creation from astronomy, geology, paleontology, and genetics, and how it all intersects with biblical faith and Christian worldviews.
David Goodwin discusses Common Core, AdvanED and their affects on education.