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Transformational Education



Taking Transformation Seriously

Book Feature Teaching and Christian Practices: Reshaping Faith and Learning. David I. Smith, James K. A. Smith, eds.  New York: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishers, 2011. What would happen if educators decided to allow Christian practices to shape the way they approached classroom pedagogy? That is the premise of a collection of essays, Teaching and Christian […]



Transform-Ed: Risk-y Prayers

From a teacher in Europe: We who are safe forget the risks some take to bring Christ to the nations. Some of my boarding students were recounting stories of how their parents are working in difficult and, in some cases, dangerous situations. They are facing political turmoil, the aftermath of natural disasters, and/or religious persecution […]


Developing Community

I’ve been thinking a lot about community lately. It’s something we all need — something for which we were created. It’s one of the many ways we reflect the image of our Creator. As John Donne said, “No man is an island unto himself.” And yet, as one of my mentors told me years ago, […]


In the Image of God

As we prepare for another school year, it is good to remember that our students are individuals created in the image of God. In his book, Teaching Redemptively, Donovan Graham outlines six characteristics of God that are reflected in the lives of students.  According to Graham, learners who reflect God are: active and purposeful rational […]


New Developments in Eurasia

Interview with Nigel S. In the March News from Beyond Diane K reported on the Eurasia Regional Council Retreat from the aspect of English Camps and school start-ups. This month Nigel tells us more about this pivotal, groundbreaking event for TeachBeyond Eurasia, held March 12-15, 2013. Q. What did you hope to accomplish by getting […]