The exciting yet challenging work of guiding students through science and faith discussions is done primarily by teachers in the classroom. But teachers can be truly successful only if they have the full support of their administration.
From God’s Genius to Human Frailty: The Adventure of Teaching Science (and More) Christianly
From the very start of my career, I simply loved teaching. The fact that I was teaching in a Christian school was a plus, but as a rookie, I could not articulate a clear philosophy of Christian education. By the time I retired from full-time teaching two years ago, I had come to love teaching Christianly. I describe teaching Christianly … Read More
Why Teach the Nature of Science?
Research shows that K-12 students, undergraduate students, graduate students, and even science educators themselves struggle with nature of science (NOS) concepts. Despite being identified as a critical component of science education, NOS teaching remains underemphasized in classroom settings.