Posts about: Transformative Teachers

Cascading Impact: Moving from Doing to Being

Waters cascading down the mountain. One of my favorite moments…

Practical Ideas for Navigating a Global Pandemic without Losing Faith

Thirty-one of Nashville’s Studio Singers pulled together…

Transformation from the Inside Out

Trees fall. This one by our house collapsed and crushed…

A Different Kind of Engagement

At the core of what we do in the classroom is the desire to…

Metaphors for Teaching

Christian educators often talk about biblical integration. Sometimes…

Suffering: Sacred Wounds or Meaningless Pain?

Is there a role that we can take as transformational educators to prepare our students with a theology of suffering? Could we be more intentional in how we prepare our learners for suffering?

Learning is Fun!

When was the last time you approached life as a learner? Can…

Rethinking School Discipline

"Jesus Christ did not come to make bad people good, but to make dead people alive.” This quote by Ravi Zacharias is one of my favorites. Christian schools all over the world must be radically different from any other kind of school environment for this very reason: we exist to bring life!

Culturally Relevant Transformational Education

It's a relationship that moves students closer to fulfilling how God designed them.

Transformational Perspectives: DRC, Africa

This issue of OnPractice is taking a slightly different format…