Becoming an Engaged Teacher (Print)
Becoming an Engaged Teacher
Professional Development Series
How do we equip our kids to live authentic, meaningful, Christ-centered lives beyond the walls? Deeply rooted in Christ-centered theology that recognizes Jesus as our rabbi and not just as our redeemer, and backed up by insight from the largest and longest study of Christian School Students from schools located in over 50 countries and over 100,000 students, Becoming an Engaged Teacher equips Educators with to see God work in and through our lives.
Statistics suggest that less than ½ of a percent of this generation is influenced by a biblical worldview while less that 5% have the opportunity at a Christian School Education.
In this 9-part series, you will receive specific and practical insight that will equip you to identify and celebrate your role as a Christ-centered teacher, find freedom to reject the “try harder” approach to spiritual growth and see God work in and through your classroom in new and exciting ways.
Part I. The constant and the variable
Part 2. Resetting bones and hoisting sails
Part 3. Begin with the E.N.D. in mind.
Part 4. Redeemer and Rabbi
Part 5. Expectations and Needs
Part 6. Setting the bridge on fire
Part 7. Differentiate like Jesus
Part 8. Head, Heart, Hands & Habits
Part 9. Assessing the Head, Heart and Hands in an Engaged Classroom