August Event 2002
Building on the Foundation
What do we mean when we say we want our students to be Christ-like?
August 20, 2002
NWCSI’s second annual August event for teachers new to the District and for returning teachers who want to engage in a common conversation about equipping students to engage God’s world in a manner modeled and mandated by our LORD.
You are invited to join with teachers across the District to discuss what we mean when we day we want our students to be Christ-like. What are the attributes we are looking for? How can we describe these to our students in kid-language? Where and how in our programs can we provide opportunities and challenges to grow in understanding and embodying these attributes? How can we assess if students are growing toward these attributes?
Rob Jansons, Pastor of New Hope Fellowship in Monroe, WA will assist us in this discussion by suggesting some attributes implied by the life and work of Jesus. We will further the discussion through use of film, music, and small group activities.
"The foundation has been laid. The musical score has been written. Our task is to build the house, to play the score." (N.T. Wright in The Challenge of Jesus )
Washington State Clock Hours available.
|August Event Archive|
|2016||Teachers Learning Together|
|2014||CELEBRATING and CONNECTING|
|2013||Opening Doors to Student Understanding|
|2012||Becoming Students of Our Students' Work - Together|
|2011||Aligning Learning Targets with Appropriate Assessments|
|2010||Centering our Practice around Four Essential Questions|
|2009||Differentiation: responsive teaching for student learning|
|2008||Serving Children with Grace and Skill|
|2007||What a Difference a Word Makes|
|2006||Parents as Partners|
|2005||What Story will Shape your Classroom?|
|2004||Celebrating and Nurturing Good Teaching|
|2003||Bound Together by a Common Vision|
|2002||Building on the Foundation|
|2001||Pausing at the Columbia|
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