Communities that Care

by Steve Tuit and Abby Zwart When we came up with the idea for this issue last January, the pandemic was just […]

Space for Learning

By Steve Tuit and Abby Zwart Where are you right now? There’s a good chance you’re in your classroom, a space you […]


Last fall I sat at the back of a classroom, one of many visited to monitor student interns, and watched a teacher […]

Elephants in the Classroom

Teaching argumentation in the high school English classroom in fall 2016 proved more challenging than any other leading up to it thanks […]

A Different Person

“You will be the same person in five years as you are today except for the people you meet and the books […]


Every day one of our Bible teachers selects a quote to add to the announcements scrolling on the TV screens around our […]

Meet TfT

BY PAT KORNELIS, GUEST EDITOR In this issue of the CEJ, you’ll be introduced to Teaching for Transformation (TfT), a framework for […]

Teaching “Dirty Books”

About a year ago, Cedarville University, a Baptist school in Ohio, enacted a new curriculum standard based on Philippians 4:8: “Finally, brothers […]