Education

Supporting Parents and Selling the Church

Contributor: Matt Peachey | Length : 59 | File type : Audio

Who is responsible for the education of our children? How do teachers help educate our children? What kind of people should we be?

Education’s Purpose

Contributor: Darrell Hershberger | File type : Blog Post

I have long been fascinated with Booker T. Washington and his methods of education as displayed at the Tuskegee Institute in the late 19th century. Washington firmly believed that education, espec... Read More

Attributes of an Anabaptist School by Jonathan Erb

Contributor: Jonathan Erb | Length : 55 | File type : Audio

What makes a school Anabaptist? Citing the examples of the earliest Anabaptists, Jonathan takes a sobering look at what our schools have to offer--and of what we must be ware.

Educating for the Kingdom: Compassion (Jeremy Sauder)

Contributor: Jeremy Sauder | Length : 39 | File type : Audio

Sometimes we get so caught up in our own stories that we forget about others in the room. Compassion enables us to imagine what others are feeling. Jeremy begins his first presentation in this teach... Read More

A History of Christian Education, Part 1 (Gerald Miller)

Contributor: Gerald Miller | Length : 58 | File type : Audio

In order to teach long-term, our teaching must be built upon a knowledge and appreciation of our rich history in Christian education. Mr. Miller begins his series on the history of Christian educatio... Read More

A History of Christian Education, Part 2 (Gerald Miller)

Contributor: Gerald Miller | Length : 50 | File type : Audio

Mr. Miller continues to talk through the history of Christian education from Roman rule, where Christian schools were looked upon as preparation for the world, through the middle ages where the Buboni... Read More

A History of Christian Education, Part 3 (Gerald Miller)

Contributor: Gerald Miller | Length : 57 | File type : Audio

Mr. Miller focuses on the changes in Christian education after the Reformation. Many people who wanted religious freedom moved to America. The industrial revolution brought a specialization of labor. ... Read More

A History of Christian Education, Part 4 (Gerald Miller)

Contributor: Gerald Miller | Length : 58 | File type : Audio

The last session of this series focuses on the church school movement of the mid-1900's, challenges then and now, and a call to embrace our Anabaptist foundations of brotherhood and accountability as ... Read More

Read with a Plan

Contributor: Melvin Lehman | Length : 2 | File type : Audio

You know that reading is a path of growth. But what kind of reading will benefit your teaching the most? Develop a plan, says Melvin, and read with intention. This clip is taken from Melvin... Read More

Caring about Apathy

Contributor: Peter Goertzen | File type : Blog Post

Over on the forums, Jane Bauman asks a question that surely vexes us all: “What are ways to help older (fully capable) students want to reach their full potential instead of trying to get by wit... Read More