Theology in the Lower School Classroom


by
Nate George July 17, 2017


Presented at:
SCL Summer Conference 2017

ABSTRACT:

Lower-school teachers have a unique opportunity to weave theology into all subject areas and to explicitly teach Biblical material. This session will explore both the big picture of what theology can be in the lower school and propose some specific teaching practices to enhance Bible instruction. In the big picture, we will look at Christian practices in the classroom, the goals of bible instruction, and the ways in which theology can interface with other subjects. Some of the particulars will include graphic organizers that aid in applying narratives, cultural connections, apologetic resources for young readers, Socratic questioning techniques, and examples of projects that synthesize theology and other subjects.


TAGS:

Bible biblical lower school Techniques


Resources:

Nate George


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