Elizabeth Jacobs of Trinity School in Durham, North Carolina shares six tips for an inner-outer circle. By setting a formal tone, this discussion model has helped students discuss Scripture in a mature, thoughtful manner. “It brings out the best in my students!” she shared.
A passion for faith, family, science, and the middle school students she teaches every day is evident each time you interact with Susan Koppendrayer, Christian School International’s STEM Education Specialist.
When we asked Jennifer Baham from San Jose Christian School how she creates thriving discussion in middle school, Jennifer shared seven research-based practices that lay the foundation for seminar-style discussion.
In February 2019, Principal Development Institute (PDI), our annual professional development event for relatively new principals, joined together a group of principals for a time of discussion in areas where they experienced challenges or growth opportunities.
Congratulations to the regional winners of the CSI Bible Quiz Challenge! We are excited to announce the students who will be advancing to the final round of the challenge, which will take place this June at the Museum of the Bible in Washington, DC.
Over the course of two days, thirty Bible educators from CSI member schools in the US and Canada gathered in Washington, DC for a time of networking, training, collaboration, and reflection with their peers during the 2019 CSI Bible Instruction Symposium.
Christian Schools International is excited to share we are partnering with Calvin Theological Seminary (CTS) to offer an opportunity for Christian school Bible instructors at CSI member schools to enroll in a graduate certificate in Bible instruction.
CSI Bible Specialist Heidi Dean spoke with Beth Banning, a fifth grade teacher from Whitinsville Christian School, who shared eight techniques she uses for facilitating student-centered discussion in the classroom.
Christian Schools International would like to thank all of the teachers that applied for the 2019 CSI Bible Instruction Symposium, to be held this February at Museum of the Bible in Washington, DC.