Adaptive Leaders use a particular approach to facilitate significant organizational change. These changes help an organization to adapt and thrive under new circumstances.
Online Learning: Three Theological Considerations
Any online program needs to take the community aspects of being online seriously. The last thing any of us want is for online students to spend all day in front of a computer inside.
Online Learning: It’s Not What Happened During the Pandemic
It is important for parents and schools to understand that what many people experienced during the pandemic is not what online education is.
Online Learning: Important Questions to Ask
In this post we address three more important questions about online learning programs.
Online Learning: Where Do We Begin?
If you are a school administrator, educator, or parent, you have likely been bombarded with information about online learning since the pandemic. There are so many programs that it feels tempting to ignore the subject altogether. However, with many Christian schools looking to meet the demands of college preparatory learning, we at OC Online wanted to share our perspective as … Read More
Learning Civics and Christian Hospitality: A Better Way
The free civics education resources goal is to have students cultivate their habits of generosity, hospitality, and love for one’s neighbor.
Student Learning and Enrollment Gains: Christian Schools Flourished Through the Pandemic
As difficult as the past few years have been, Christian schools met the challenge, went above and beyond to serve their families, and continued to flourish.
A Place to Call Home: Belonging in the Body of Christ in Home and School
Zion is a tender-hearted five-year-old who is empathetic and has a heart that beats with joy. At a young age, he is already navigating the pressures to belong, feel accepted, and have a home within a community.
Is Christian Education ‘Worth It’?
Christian education is a formational experience. It is stated in most Christian schools’ missions to offer a Christ-centered education, a high standard for academic rigor, and a response to do kingdom work.
What I Hope for my Daughter: Eyes to See
Diagnosis In 2019, when my daughter Reese was in kindergarten, she was suddenly and unexpectedly diagnosed with type 1 diabetes on a Friday in March. We spent the weekend in a local children’s hospital, discharged on Sunday with an expensive pharmacy bill and a very rough understanding of how to replicate the work of our daughter’s now defunct pancreas. On … Read More