Two weeks ago I saw an opulent display of food and drink prepared for the pleasure of unseen ancestors and other-world beings.
Bible study and practical ministry help young people learn more about God and themselves.
This issue of OnPractice is taking a slightly different format than normal as we hear from one of our school leaders in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Heritier Fima will share with us his perspective on what Transformational Education looks like. A complete transcript (in English) can be found after the video. I want […]
We teach who we are. As Christians, we should allow the Bible to shape our identity, relationships, priorities, etc. If scripture changes us, then the way we teach should also change. Therefore, we should “aspire to ‘incarnate’ the biblical vision, living it out in the day to day interactions of the classroom.” A helpful way […]
We just celebrated St Patrick’s Day, which reminded me that several years ago a provocatively entitled book upset conventional wisdom. It was Thomas Cahill’s, How The Irish Saved Civilization: The Untold Story of Ireland’s Heroic Role from the Fall of Rome to the Rise of Medieval Europe. Those of us with an Irish heritage didn’t […]
Here are tools that teachers can use to help students develop intellectual virtues.
Here are four questions I ask myself while planning activities that use play to teach.
We had a team of faithful east Africans serving in a variety of ways
We need more teams and individuals for English Camps in 2017. Would you consider helping us — or sharing these needs with your friends? Time is running out, so pray for us as we look for people to staff our camps. And…if you are interested: Write us at email@example.com if you want more information about […]
Five jobs where teacher certification is not required.