ExChange

Posted by Gail Staples 6 months ago

Has the art of respectfully discussing ideas been lost? This question was raised in the article Disagreeing Well, written by Stephen Kinsella, that discussed four foundational attitudes: the first three - listen well, maintain an open mind, and respect the person – apply to schools in general; the fourth - give reason for the hope you have – has particular application for discussion about the Christian faith.

Read more about ''Disagreeing Well' Resources'...

Posted by Kara Martin 6 months ago

This is an excerpt from the book 'Workship: How to Use your Work to Worship God' by Kara Martin.

I have two adult children. Jaslyn is 21, and Guy is 19. Right from the moment they were born I realised that I had to be careful in the way I thought about them. They are not my children, they are a gift from God.

God has given me stewardship over them for as long as I live. They are a beautiful and treasured gift, but I try and make sure I hold them lightly.

Read more about 'Work as a Gift'...

Posted by Kara Martin 6 months ago

The concept of faith impacting on work has been in the news lately, with Scott Morrison’s faith being seen as a threat to democracy.

Well-known atheist Jane Caro tweeted that “Theocracies are terrifying, particularly for women and anyone who is different in any way. They are never democratic because they favour one group above all others - those who worship the ‘right’ god.”

Read more about 'Ideas for Integrating our Faith with our Teaching'...

Posted by Stephen Kinsella 7 months ago

The Anglican Schools Australia Conference held in Sydney in August had as its theme ‘Deep Peace’.

Read more about 'Disagreeing Well'...

Posted 7 months ago

On Saturday May 5, 2018, Anglican EdComm welcomed Dr Donald Guthrie of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Chicago to deliver the keynote addresses at the Christians in Teaching Conference which focused...

Read more about 'Christians in Teaching Conference: Parts 3 and 4'...

Posted by Marilyn Cole 7 months ago

Q: What do schools and coaching have in common?John Campbell proposes that education and coaching ‘share a common purpose: helping people to learn, grow and develop’ (Campbell and van Nieuwerburgh,...

Read more about 'Coaching for Improved Student Learning'...

Posted by Gail Staples 7 months ago

This is part two of a two-part series.As educators it is vital that we look at ways to work in our communities so that genuine partnership builds capacity for effective...

Read more about 'Parent Engagement - The Practicalities'...

Posted 8 months ago

On Saturday May 5, 2018, Anglican EdComm welcomed Dr Donald Guthrie of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Chicago to deliver the keynote addresses at the Christians in Teaching Conference which focused...

Read more about 'Christians in Teaching Conference: Part 2'...

Posted by Gail Staples 8 months ago

This article is part one of a two-part series.

Read more about 'Parent Engagement - The Positive Impact on Learning'...

1 2 3 4 ... 11