Tim Van Soelen discusses some recent successes CACE has had.
Teaching and learning connect through assessment. Whether virtual or in person, basic principles apply. Getting and receiving good feedback on distance learning is possible, doable, and potentially meaningful to teachers and students. Jon EckertJonathan Eckert is the Lynda and Robert Copple Endowed Chair for Christians in School Leadership and Professor of Educational Leadership in the School of Education at Baylor … Read More
Jon Eckert from the Baylor Center for Christian Education, discusses what is working for distance learning for elementary students. Jon EckertJonathan Eckert is the Lynda and Robert Copple Endowed Chair for Christians in School Leadership and Professor of Educational Leadership in the School of Education at Baylor University. He has been learning with some of the best educational leaders in … Read More
The dualistic mind, upon which most of us were taught to rely, is simply incapable of the task of creating unity. It automatically divides reality into binary opposites and does almost all its thinking inside of this highly limiting frame. It dares to call this choosing of sides “thinking” because that is all it knows how to do! “Really good” … Read More
Dr. Steve Robinson, President of the Southern Association of Independent Schools, presents research and his expertise on independent school cost and value in this video. (Use the password “CCEI” to view it.) He discusses trends in tuition/financial aid as well as provides ways for Christian schools to discover and think about the value of their education and an understanding of financial trends in the independent school marketplace.
In recent times, Christian writers such as James K. A. Smith (2014) and Mary Poplin (2014) have written very helpfully about the concept of secularism. Though this present article views the issue from a different angle, those authors and others do right to draw our attention to the key concept of secularism, as it is one of the most powerful religious forces shaping contemporary western culture.
So much has been written about the realities (positive and negative) of the digital information age. Information is disseminated at increasingly higher speeds, granting the end user unprecedented access to the seemingly most up-to-date information. Social media and blogs create platforms for posting and re-posting ideas, perspectives and opinions. It could be argued that society, in one sense, is more … Read More
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