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April 2013


This issue invites you to engage in a time of reading, reflection, and conversation about how we do our work as educators [...]

Toward a Theology of Special Education

One of the largest tasks a teacher of special education students in Christian schools has today is that of integrating not only [...]

Not Sure

If you are absolutely, perfectly sure that once upon a time there were, in fact, two naked people tending the greenest garden [...]

Practically Human

“Art critics talk about art. Artists talk about where to buy good turpentine.” —George Santayana Reading Practically Human made me want to [...]

Shop Class as Soulcraft and Intergenerational Lost and Found

  Harry Van Belle is a retired professor of psychology who has taught at both Redeemer University College in Ontario and The [...]

Teaching and Christian Practices

This review was previously published in the September 2012 issue of Pro Rege and is reprinted with the permission of the author [...]

A Reformed Christian Perspective on Education

Is the purpose of Christian education to isolate or immunize students, to protect them from a secular culture or prepare them for [...]

Make Just One Change

I almost didn’t buy the book. After all, if the change the authors are suggesting is in subtitle, why pay for the [...]

Ten Restful Books to Get Your Imagination Working Again This Summer

Every year seems to bring more demands upon teachers. We need to realign to the common core standards, remap our courses to [...]

Be Advised

How do you choose your leisure reading? Do you browse the aisles of your local bookstore or library? Perhaps a good friend [...]

Notes on a Reading List

Teaching is a tough job. First of all, it happens beyond our jurisdiction. Concepts ranging from reducing fractions to splitting infinitives are [...]

So Many Books, So Little Time

Our newest member of the panel, John Walcott, introduced the theme of this issue by sending the following message to the panel [...]

The Postmodern Column: What Happens If Fictional Characters Recommend Real Books?

Name: Gordon Winkle Position at Bedlam Christian High School (BCHS): Industrial Arts Teacher Book Recommendation: My favorite book to read is Harold [...]