Articles on this page are intended to provide perspectives on education and the Christian school community and may be adapted from ACSI publications or other sources of interest.

Engaged Learning: Toward Excellence in 21st-Century Christian Education

At its heart, Christian education involves inter-generational transfer, whereby teachers declare God’s power to the next generation as well as prepare students to serve God’s purpose in their own generation.

Facing the Culture

How should our students learn face the challenges of culture? Just like any Christian should, with humility and with gratitude.

Focus on Partnerships

The apostle Paul's partnership with the Christians in Philippi has a lot to teach us about establishing genuine partnership today.

Making the most of your online course

While online learning has become increasingly popular in recent years, it is still rather new and unfamiliar to many teachers.

Blessing the Culture

When you are asked the question, “Why Christian school?”, what is your reply? Certainly there are many reasons...

Christian School Education 20 no 2

The Christian School Education publication is designed to provide accurate information as well as provoke thought and reflection about Christian school education.

Project-Based Learning: A Case Study

Project Based Learning is an effort to recognize that all students are created by God with unique gifts.

Thankfulness in the classroom

Thankfulness is an attitude that we develop on purpose! How are you developing thankfulness in your life and in your students’ lives? Here are a few activities that might help.

21st Century Skills and the Responsibility of the Christian Teacher

Some people might describe these skills as "just good skills for life" and I would agree. But these skills must be cultivated and practiced in a context of support before they can be implemented on a consistent basis.

Ten Reasons for Christian Schools

Why is it necessary to defend the right to something that is good for all? This is where these ten reasons as to why Sweden should have Christian schools began take shape. These reasons are not given merely from a Christian point of view or from that held by Christian parents, but from a social perspective: In what ways is it good for society to have Christian schools?<br> (Login to access this article by Sven Magnusson, Headmaster, Ljungskile, Sweden)
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