Susan Koppendrayer shares the history of citizen science and why it’s a valuable tool for incorporating in the science classroom and remote learning.
Our STEM education specialist is here to help you remain competitive in the field of science education without compromising faith or scholarship. Trainings on our curriculum materials will guide and give you strategies so that your teaching reflects the study of science is completely compatible with Christian teaching, for by studying science we learn more about our amazing God and his creation.
Recent STEM Educator Articles
Teachers and parents can help students use science journaling practices to hone observation, reflection, and literacy skills.
Susan Koppendrayer, STEM education specialist, explains the student-centered and phenomena-based Gather, Reason, Communicate framework.
And It Was Good
Training on features, benefits, and instructional best practices for all new customers.
Science 2nd Edition
Training on features, benefits, and instructional best practices for all new science customers.
Science 2nd Edition
Training on features, benefits, and instructional best practices for schools who purchase curriculum for an entire school building.
Throughout the year, CSI provides or recommends various speaking presentations and panels, which provide information and resources on current and timely issues in science education for intentional support of science educators that align with industry standards.
You have an opportunity to advance Christian education by supporting science teachers with a gift. Many schools cannot afford to send their teachers to professional development, which means their participation in these learning events is not possible without generous givers like you.
Heartland Christian Educators’ Convention
Dordt College, Sioux Center, IA
Held the first Thursday and Friday in October, educators from Iowa, South Dakota, Minnesota, Nebraska, Wisconsin, join for worship, inspiration, fellowship, and learning. The mission of the Heartland Christian Educators’ Convention is to support the Biblical calling and task of Christian schools by providing collaborative learning opportunities for teachers and administrators.
October 22–23, 2020
Grand Rapids Christian High School, Grand Rapids, MI
The annual Christian Educators Association (CEA) Convention is held for teachers and administrators from the states of Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, and Michigan. The mission of CEA is to inspire and support Christian educators and encourage community by providing opportunities for spiritual and professional growth based on God's Word.