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October 2012

Editorial

The beginning of a new school year is a good time to [...]

The Beauty of Diversity and the Problem of Multiculturalism

  “Are all cultures equal?” When I ask students this question, a [...]

What Trips Up Our Leaders?

  While preparing for a workshop last fall, I had the opportunity [...]

It Takes a Village to Raze a Child: An Educator’s Reflection on Lee Hirsch’s Film Bully

  When I was eleven years old, my morning walks to the [...]

Chapel Planning and Leading: What We Are Learning from Christian Schools

In the unique setting of Christian schools, how do children and young [...]

Educating in the Shadow of Marduk’s Temple: Encouragement for Christian Teachers from Genesis 1 and 2

Marduk was the chief deity of the Babylonian pantheon. Every aspect of [...]

Caring for Words in a Culture of Lies

Every day we are surrounded by words. We hear them in music, [...]

A Dangerous Teacher

Earth’s crammed with heaven, And every common bush afire with God; But [...]

Sowing the Unknown

We will continue learning through living tonight and tomorrow and the day [...]

Professional Learning Communities

On June 3, 2012, Al Boerema introduced the issue for discussion: It [...]

Giving 110 Percent and Other Lies, or Dreaming the Impossible Dream

Gord Winkle was nervous. When he got nervous, he tended to eat. [...]