Deeper Learning in Christian Schools Institute
Deeper Learning invites our students to be engaged in God’s story, equips them to play their unique role, and empowers them to apply knowledge and skills to produce
Deeper Learning invites our students to be engaged in God’s story, equips them to play their unique role, and empowers them to apply knowledge and skills to produce real work that meets real needs of real people.
A good portion of the Institute is spent designing curriculum that provokes complex thinking, inspires beautiful work, and forms Christlike character in the students. We explore a variety of instructional practices that included building background knowledge, creating workshop structures, and designing protocols that facilitate student engagement and equitable participation.
For more information about last years institute, read Steven Levy’s recent blog post.
Is this institute for you?
- Do you want to deepen your thinking about what Christian education looks like, not only in chapel and Bible class, but in curriculum, instructional practices, and assessment in all subjects?
- Are you a teacher, instructional guide, principal, or someone interested in innovation, creativity, and teaching practices that engage all students?
- Do you desire to go beyond commercial textbooks to design curriculum that forms the self and shapes the world?
- Would you like to learn assessment strategies that equip students to take responsibility for their own learning?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, you should attend this institute!
For more information contact Steven Levy, or register at the link below.
june 25 (Sunday) - 30 (Friday) EST
Boston, Massachusetts (Area)