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February 2013


Thoughtful Christian educators, realizing that they live and work in a rapidly changing world, are constantly looking for ways to improve the [...]

Christian Education: Authentic and Sticky

Four things have become clearer to me in recent years. First, Christian schools must be distinctively different. Second, the engagement of the [...]

Project-Based Learning: Culture-Making for Shalom Communities

A Vision for Education Education reform has been a hot topic in North America for many years. In 2011, Barack Obama focused [...]

Adventures in Project-Based Learning

I figured it would be a pretty easy thing to do. About eight years ago, I began teaching a college course called [...]

Project-Based Learning and Gardening

Like most teachers, I have asked students to work on projects in my classes. The idea of having students make and create [...]

My Journey to Project-Based Learning

Three Days into My Teaching Career, 1994 Twenty-nine students dutifully pulled out a worksheet. Words like erosion, deposition, and alluvial spilled into [...]

Spaces Where Learners Flourish

Spaces where learners flourish are spaces of discovery and possibility, where imagination and creativity are nurtured, where learners engage deeply and meaningfully [...]

Welcome Back

To everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under heaven . . . —Ecclesiastes 3:1 Welcome back! Now [...]

Transformational Teaching

Al Boerema began the conversation by asking the panel members to reflect on the tension between the standards/accountability movement that has taken [...]

Beware the Rex’s March, or It’s All Greek to Me

“The books are here!” English teacher Christina Lopez shouted excitedly as she pushed through the faculty lounge door. She held a brown [...]