Just like any good doctor, Christian educators need to continually sharpen their skills. For that reason, ACSI strives to be an excellent resource for professional development and provide a networking community. You're invited to attend one of our nationwide training events and, if you teach at an ACSI member school, start connecting with your colleagues around the world via ACSI ConNEXUS!
An annual conference for teachers, boarding parents, administrators, and their families headed to international Christian schools
This indepth week of training for K–12 educators will provide ISP coordinators, administrators, and teachers insight into the cultural differences, language challenges, program organization, and classroom implications of teaching international students in a K–12 Christian school setting
An annual U.S. event that connects international school representatives and sending agencies with potential hires.
You are invited to attend a forum at one of more than 20 sites across the United States from September to November 2016. These forums will provide high quality professional development and the majority of speakers will be live at your site. With interactive and research based workshops, poster sessions, and scheduling which allows you significant time to interact with other educators, we believe that teachers of every grade level will find significant opportunity for professional growth.
Jay McTighe will delve into the concepts of Understanding by Design with ACSI educators at the fall ACSI Professional Development Forums. As a keynote speaker and workshop presenter, Jay will help Christian educators engage their students' understanding and thinking skills.
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I am currently writing the audit for AP Biology, and I could use help figuring out how to word what I will be teaching under the Big Idea: Evolution. Has anyone climbed this mountain, and do you have help to offer. It would be great if your audit has been accepted.
With the new fidget spinner craze, fidget toys have become a topic for our staff. Can anyone offer insight to their benefits, purposes, drawbacks, or best practices at your schools?
We are beginning the implementation of a board member vetting process. The first task that we have set out to do is to have prospective board members fill out a questionnaire that will give us insight into their thoughts on the school and its direction as well as any strengths they will bring to the board table. Does anyone possess a questionnaire that has worked well for them as they vet board member candidates?