A great resource for thinking about Biblical integration in your classroom is the work of Dr. Christian Overman and his colleagues at the Biblical Worldview Institute. Dr. Overman has put together several great teachings through the “Making the Connections” series that offer practical suggestions for how teachers can implement Biblical integration into their academic lessons […]
About Becky Hunsberger
Becky Hunsberger, M.Ed., has been active in Christian education since 1999, serving as a classroom teacher, mentor, department head, lead teacher, teacher-mentor, principal, accreditation team leader, and educational consultant. After years of experience serving in both US and international school contexts, she joined TeachBeyond's Teacher Education Services (TES) team, where she develops professional support resources for teachers and school leaders around the world.
Becky holds a Bachelor’s degree in English education from Geneva College and a Master’s of Education degree in curriculum and development from Lesley University. She has gone through extensive training in learning styles and multiple intelligences theory, as well as arts integration. Additionally, she holds a TESL certificate and has experience teaching students for whom English is a second or third language.
Entries by Becky Hunsberger
In many school settings, the end of December and/or beginning of January are characterized by a review of the learning that has been done throughout the semester. There are many fun ways to review material ranging from simple to complex in nature. Here are some suggestions for review games and resources that can be adapted […]
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 […]
As teachers, we desire more for our students than to simply move through the curriculum. We want to instill in our students the skills necessary to engage real world issues with discernment. We hope to impart critical thinking skills that will allow our students to analyze, synthesize, and evaluate the information and ideas that they […]
Evaluation, grading, and assessment are an integral part of our vocation as teachers. So much of what we do revolves around, or is influenced by, our assessment and evaluation practices. I that it makes sense for us to examine these practices in light of a Biblical view of teaching and learning. In their book, A […]
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 […]
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, […]
Sharing Ideas and Resources As a TeachBeyond community, we all have access to different educational ideas and resources, but we really haven’t had an effective forum to share them with each other. We’d like to change that. I’m not sure how this will eventually look, but while we’re exploring our options, I’d like to open […]
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 […]
The way you set up your classroom tells a lot about you as a teacher. The placement of desks and tables and types of instructional displays (or lack thereof) can set the stage for how you plan on interacting with the students. As you move into your classroom, keep the following questions in mind: Does […]
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