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Guidance for Christian School Administrators on Title II Part A Services
Make the most of Title II Part A services for the benefit of your faculty's professional development! Learn more about these services and how you can participate. Visit the Title II Part A Services Resource page and find guidance for navigating your next Title II request.
NEXUS 2015 Keynote Sessions Now Available in ConNEXUS Premium!
For those of you who attended NEXUS 2015 this past fall and have been asking us, "When can I see (insert your favorite speaker's name) again?" The time is here. Catch up on all of the 2015 keynote sessions now in ConNEXUS Premium!
Cynthia Tobias—Motivating Students to Take Charge of Their Own Success
Who was your favorite NEXUS 2015 speaker?
- Dr. Dan Egeler—A Pilgrimage to Servanthood: Wearing the Mantle of Humility
- Cynthia Tobias—Motivating Students to Take Charge of Their Own Success
- Jon Bergmann—Taking the Flipped Classroom to the Next Level
- Kristin Barbour—Walk a Mile in Students' Shoes: Differentiating Between Low Motivation, Curriculum Casualties, and Learning Disabilities
- Alan November—The Top Survival Skills for Teachers: Critical Thinking Using the Web
- Dr. Bill Brown—Effective or Defective? Equipping Students for Lifelong Vision
- Dr. Vernard Gant—Head, Hands, Heart: Three-Dimenstional Education
- Dr. Kevin Washburn—Fueling Learning: Sparking Curiosity in the 21st Century Classroom
- David Kinnaman—Why Our Students Are Leaving the Church and What You Can Do About It as a Teacher
- Eric Metaxas—Miracles
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In ConNEXUS, Christian educators become part of a large community of other Christian educators where individuals can seek input from colleagues for solutions to the instructional challenges in their classroom. You can help your peers by sharing your expertise and personal experiences and benefit from your colleagues as they share theirs. This is informal professional development.
When it comes to raising godly children, many factors are outside our control. Even so, there are several things we, as parents, can do that will go a long way toward reaching this goal. Dr. Larry Taylor, head of Prestonwood Christian Academy (Plano, Texas) and author of Running with the Horses, offers some insights here. —Dan
Our highest calling as parents is to raise spiritually mature children who can help re-form our continually decaying culture. Dr. Larry Taylor, head of Prestonwood Christian Academy (Plano, Texas), shares some great insights on what that process looks like.
False ideas. How in the world could false ideas be on the same level of destruction as drugs or immorality? Maybe this comment by the late philosopher Dr. Richard Rorty of the University of Virginia can provide insight.
I am curious as to what other schools use as criteria for hiring a head of school. We have a good job description once they are hired, but I'd like to hear what are qualifications for hiring.
Are any of you part of a school with a school-wide discipleship program? We are wanting to start one at our school. I would love to hear how it works, what you like about it, what challenges you face, what curriculum you use, and any other information you can share.
We are looking at ways to update our school attendance policy. We are a small school serving Pre-K–8th grades with one self-contained class at each grade level.
ACSI proudly presents its Strategic Partnership Program, which includes companies carefully chosen to benefit you—our member schools—and to assist you in accomplishing your life-changing mission. Our goal is to proactively build long-term relationships with entities that thoughtfully align with the goals and purposes of Christian schooling and desire to assist you in your work as you educate the next generation of leaders.
ACSI's Strategic Partnership Program has four categories of organizations, National Corporate Partners, Affinity Partners, Approved Providers, and our newest category, Ministry Partners. You are encouraged to contact all of our partners and providers and see how they can provide additional services to your school ministry.