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Just a Thought by Joe Hale, President NICS/Oasis

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Introduction:This week’s thoughts have been posted with the permission of Joe Hale, founder and president of the Network of International Christian Schools (NICS).  NICS currently serves 4700…Continue

Biblical Taxonomy of Learning

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A word from Dr. Uecker:As Christian educators it is important that we are constantly thinking through the issues and practices of contemporary education.  We are Christian educators but we are in the…Continue

The Christian Worldview: A Memory Verse Curriculum - Post #3

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IntroductionMilton V. Uecker, Ed.D.Each time I teach Biblical Foundations for Curriculum at CIU the students develop a sampling of a worldview memory verse curriculum.  Since Christian school…Continue

The Christian Worldview: A Memory Verse Curriculum - Post #2

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EDU 7300 – Biblical Foundation for CurriculumMarsha S. RobbinsPortfolio Assignment APosted with author's permission  Worldview Memory Verses What is Real / What is Reality?Early ChildhoodConcept: …Continue

 

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Just a Thought by Joe Hale, President NICS/Oasis

Introduction:This week’s thoughts have been posted with the permission of Joe Hale, founder and president of the Network of International Christian Schools (NICS).  NICS currently serves 4700 students in 19 international schools located in 15 countries.  It has been Dr. Uecker’s privilege to have been introduced to this dynamic ministry at the founding of the first schools in the early 1980’s and he has subsequently represented the ministry on its board of reference.  The purpose of NICS,…See More
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By Milton V. Uecker, Ed.D.Part 3 of 8 part seriesCognitive DevelopmentBrain Growth               A discussion of cognitive development would not be complete without looking at the development of the brain itself.  Brain research consistently affirms the importance of the first four years as critical to the preparation of the brain for the schooling experience.  Eric Jensen, author of Teaching with the Brain in Mind, when discussing the importance of the early years quotes Felton Earls of…See More
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Child Development

Posted on March 27, 2014 at 3:00pm 0 Comments

By Milton V. Uecker, Ed.D.

Part 3 of 8 part series

Cognitive Development

Brain Growth…

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Child Development: Cognitive Development

Posted on January 2, 2014 at 11:30am 0 Comments

By Milton V. Uecker, Ed.D.

Part 2 of 8 part series

Cognitive Development

Early childhood cognitive growth will be examined from the perspective of Jean Piaget’s developmental model and recent brain growth research.  Piaget’s stage theory became the cognitive focal point during the late 60s and 70s as scores of authors began to apply Piaget’s theory to educational…

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Child Development: An Overview

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By Milton V. Uecker, Ed.D.

Part 1 of 8 part series

Introduction

     To effectively teach and reach young children, parents, teachers and care providers must know child development.   Development is a continuous progression of forward movement, a pattern of growth that takes place in an individual starting at conception and moving across the entire life span. …

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Leading Your Students to Kingdom Living

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By Milton V. Uecker, EdD

Part 8 of 8 part series (2005)

Fortunately for the adolescent, this foolish means to fulfillment no longer is enough. “Every person has an active disposition to choose to be the kind of person who trusts in his own resources, rather than in Christ’s to make life work” (Huggins 1989, 119). However, Huggins views adolescence as “designed by God to literally stop kids in their tracks and make them wrestle with some serious questions before they proceed…

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At 11:16am on August 15, 2012, Rick Brown said…

Thanks, Lisa.  Also, thanks for your leadership in the Institute and in putting all of this together!

Rick:)

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