Jan16-ProjectBasedLearning_Philbrick-300x223Jeffrey Philbrick: The Christian school of today has to be both strategic and creative in terms of defining, delivering, documenting, and refining the learning program. Christian schools historically put strong emphasis on a core-knowledge approach—protecting a high quality, God-honoring, knowledge-based curriculum. As the educational establishment is always searching for the new and vogue method to educate, Christian schools can remain distinctive and even counter-cultural by holding onto a timeless knowledge curriculum. That being said, each Christian school holds the burden of creating programs that will be unique, relevant, and forward-thinking. Project-based learning is such an approach to teaching and learning. Read More»

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