We began our Bible Educator series by examining tools for classroom discussion. Now we ask: How can we make our instruction time more vibrant? How can we connect students with biblical content in an engaging way?
The CSI Accreditation Commission is thrilled to announce that they renewed and initially approved the accreditation statuses of 111 CSI member schools.
STEM Education Specialist Susan Koppendrayer launches her science article series by discussing what creation says about God and the biblical truths that allow teachers of science to be advocates, evangelists, and tellers of God’s story.
Last week, aspiring school leaders gathered in Sumas, Washington to learn about relational servant leadership and effective leadership and governance at ELDI.
We are excited to announce the CSI Corporate office, including our Accreditation, Curriculum and Instruction, Finance, Leadership Development, Marketing, and Sales departments, has moved to a new location in downtown Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Five unique, gifted students from different regions across Canada and the United States gathered in Washington, DC at the Museum of the Bible to challenge themselves in the final round of competition.
Christian Schools International thanks all of the educators who applied to the Educators Leadership Development Institute (ELDI), which will be held on July 8–12 in Sumas, Washington. Join us in praying for a collaborative and enriching educational experience that will be a blessing to them, their students, and school communities.
This month, five students from CSI member schools will be competing in the final round of the CSI Bible Quiz Challenge—what an outstanding achievement! We are excited to celebrate Christian education and the Bible instruction these five students have received throughout their years in a Christian school.
When students generate their own questions on the biblical text and explore answers in group discussion, their learning “sticks” longer! Learning to verbalize questions and seek out answers—in community, with trustworthy sources—is perhaps the top skill we can provide students.