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Cedarville Hosts National Urban Education Conference, Andrea Speros Dec 2012

Cedarville Hosts National Urban Education Conference, Andrea Speros

News Releases

Cedarville and Central State Universities are joining to host the National Urban Education Conference “Passion, Power and Performance, Now” on Jan. 23, 2013. The conference will prepare educational professionals for the challenges of teaching in urban environments. Dr.


Hallmarks Of Quality Teaching, Timothy L. Heaton Nov 2012

Hallmarks Of Quality Teaching, Timothy L. Heaton

Education Faculty Presentations

Identification of what is effective teaching in the classroom in both the cognitive and affective domains.


Best Practices In Education, Timothy L. Heaton Nov 2012

Best Practices In Education, Timothy L. Heaton

Education Faculty Presentations

The term “Best Practice” is a key term for all educators to know. There are many facets to “Best Practice” at every level dealing with student learning, student behavior, student development, student motivation, and much, much more. The educational research giving the evidences of what works and what doesn’t work in classrooms is substantial. This workshop will give teachers and supervisors at every level a thorough look at “Best Practice” so implementation can be done in every school.


Residual Effects Of An Elementary Theatre Program, Karen D. Dietry May 2012

Residual Effects Of An Elementary Theatre Program, Karen D. Dietry

Master of Education Research Theses

This qualitative study reports student perceptions regarding residual effects of participation in an elementary school theatre program. The study was based on interviews of 22 students who were 11-16 years old and who attended a public school in a rural Midwestern community. Results showed that students perceived the following effects of participation in an elementary play: development of academic and personal life skills that were transferred to other areas of life, increased development of personal traits, such as self-confidence, development of positive social networks, and stimulated desire for continued involvement with performing arts.


The Integration Of Faith, Learning And Life, Brenda B. Mackay Jan 2012

The Integration Of Faith, Learning And Life, Brenda B. Mackay

Faculty Integration Papers

This paper will deal with the concept of Biblical integration. Biblical integration can be compared to painting a beautiful picture that uses exquisite colors of various oils. Individually, each color is attractive and alive, but integrated into a whole by the hand of the master artist, the colors cry out with the beauty of a coherent, unified image. So it is, that integrating the colors of faith, learning and life under the Master’s hand has the potential for creating a stimulating and attractive picture that reflects the splendor of the great Master Artist. According to I Corinthians 10:31 ...


Through The Eyes Of Christ: Serving With Compassion At Work, Tracy R. Frame Jan 2012

Through The Eyes Of Christ: Serving With Compassion At Work, Tracy R. Frame

Faculty Integration Papers

No abstract provided.


Integrating Faith And Learning, Michael W. Firmin Jan 2012

Integrating Faith And Learning, Michael W. Firmin

Faculty Integration Papers

No abstract provided.


Integration Of Faith And Learning, Marc A. Clauson Jan 2012

Integration Of Faith And Learning, Marc A. Clauson

Faculty Integration Papers

No abstract provided.


God And The Engineer: An Integration Paper, Timothy R. Tuinstra Jan 2012

God And The Engineer: An Integration Paper, Timothy R. Tuinstra

Faculty Integration Papers

Cedarville University exists to equip Christian students for lifelong leadership and service marked by excellence and grounded in biblical truth. So states the mission statement of this great institution. The challenge for her faculty is to flesh out this mission in individual courses, laboratories, and interactions with students across the campus. This is the mandate of “biblical integration”. The challenge for Christian professors is to see the whole realm of knowledge holistically and to teach their students to do the same. Greg Bahnsen describes well the task of integration when he says, “...God’s word demands unreserved allegiance to God ...


Vanity Of Vanities Or Song Of Songs? Music Education From A Biblical Perspective, Sandra Yang Jan 2012

Vanity Of Vanities Or Song Of Songs? Music Education From A Biblical Perspective, Sandra Yang

Faculty Integration Papers

The last chorus of a beloved gospel hymn reads, “Christ without, all is vain! Christ within, all is gain.” Without Him, life at best is the vanity of vanities with nothing new under the sun. With Him, though, as our regenerated new life within, our life is a continual song of songs, full of meaning, full of potential, full of the life that is the very Christ Himself. To know Him and the power of His resurrection (Phil. 3:10) has been my principal aim since I met Him. He is the way, the truth, and the life. No man ...


Statement Of Integration Of Faith And The Engineering Discipline, Clinton E. Kohl Jan 2012

Statement Of Integration Of Faith And The Engineering Discipline, Clinton E. Kohl

Faculty Integration Papers

No abstract provided.


The Redeemed Scientist, Aaron R. Hutchison Jan 2012

The Redeemed Scientist, Aaron R. Hutchison

Faculty Integration Papers

No abstract provided.


Challenged To Serve Abroad, Melody L. Hartzler Jan 2012

Challenged To Serve Abroad, Melody L. Hartzler

Faculty Integration Papers

No abstract provided.


Biblical Integration Paper, Jeffrey E. Haymond Jan 2012

Biblical Integration Paper, Jeffrey E. Haymond

Faculty Integration Papers

No abstract provided.