Learning is best done in community and our programs are built to connect and support Bible and science teachers for the long term. Through meaningful networking, practical hands on instruction, sharing of best practices, resource libraries, and partnerships with other respected organizations in the education industry, we can walk with you as you stay current in best pedagogies and enhance your personal growth and career development.
CSI Bible Instruction Symposium
Christian Schools International, in partnership with the Museum of the Bible, offers an opportunity for K–12 Bible educators to gain professional development on the ways Christian school teachers can advance and improve Bible instruction for their students. In addition, attendees experience a new way of understanding the cultural and historical importance of the Bible through one of the world's most technologically advanced museums.
Teaching the Word. Making an Impact.
A professional development opportunity that focuses on ways Christian school teachers can advance and improve Bible instruction for their students.
Developing an understanding of trends in the Bible instruction across North America.
Creating a vision for exemplary teaching in Bible instruction.
Hands-on, grade-level focused training and discussions.
“The Bible Symposium has turned our entire school upside down in the best way possible and we are so, so excited. It was a game changer for me, and was the most powerful PD that I have ever had the opportunity to go to in my 20 years of teaching.”
Medicine Hat Christian School
Medicine Hat, Alberta
Christian School Educators Science Academy (CSESA)
Grand Rapids, Michigan
The Christian School Educators Science Academy (CSESA) is an annual two-day intensive training in the VAEI instructional model, with biblical worldview integration, that will take place at the Van Andel Education Institute in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Cultivate a curious mind.
Integrate a biblical worldview.
Take your instruction to new heights with a continuing education experience for teachers of science.
“I am finding, contrary to my initial fears that students have thrived with this active, collaborative structure and have risen to high expectations set for them. I have come to see that the science classroom is a setting in which students can be formed to be certain kinds of people; as students are becoming more and more scientifically literate citizens and responsible scientists as they do what real scientists do, they also become more formed in heart, mind, and character to be the people of God.”
Middle School Science Educator,
The Potter’s House,
Grand Rapids, Michigan