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The Road Ahead, 3rd question

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kevin D. Washburn, Ed.D. Oct 30, 2012. 1 Reply

 After viewing the video "The Road Ahead," share ideas by joining in the forum discussion below:3) What can we do to prepare students for change AND remain faithful to the enduring ideas of Christian…Continue

The Road Ahead, 2nd question

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After viewing the video "The Road Ahead," share ideas by joining in the forum discussion below:2)  What obstacles currently stand in our way as we strive to prepare students for 2025?Continue

The Road Ahead, 1st question

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After viewing the video "The Road Ahead," share ideas by joining in the forum discussion below:1)  What is your school already doing to address the road ahead?Continue

 

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Director's Visit to the Dominican Republic

Taking a break from the blog this week to speak at the ACSI conference in the Dominican Republic.  In next week's blog I will share the insights gained from the experience with you, the Lowrie Center membership.  Pray for my journey there and the emphasize the need to understand the nature and needs of the learner with this dynamic group of Christian School Educators. See More
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Equipping Students for the World and Culture in Which We Live

          IICSE 2014 Opening Keynote           Milton V. Uecker, Ed.D.Based upon Paul’s Letter to the Colossians    The ContextThe world and culture in which we live is not unlike the cultures where the apostle Paul lived and taught.  As one reads and understands the context of his epistles, the cultural influences and mindset (characteristic of a fallen world) are evident throughout.  Within that context he proclaimed the supremacy of Jesus Christ and the gospel of Grace.  An examination of…See More
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Celebrating the Life and Legacy of Nhamo Chigohi, Zimbabwe

by Dr. Milton V. UeckerOur hearts were saddened to learn that Pastor Nhamo Chigohi passed away on May 19th. We rejoice in knowing that he is in the presence of Jesus whose love and grace miraculously saved him from the power of darkness. This son of a witch doctor was set apart as a child to rescue orphans from the streets, provide exemplary care through orphanages and then educate the children in his care within Christian schools. Additionally, thousands came to Christ through his preaching…See More
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Grading as a Spiritual Practice

by Dr. Milton V. UeckerFor those of us in higher education we have come to the close of another spring semester. The end of a semester is always accompanied by grading a pile of final projects and other assessments. This task, even after over 45 years, is still one of the most difficult things that I do. A fellow professor recently sent the faculty in the College of Education at CIU an interesting blog post that shed light on some of the reasons why grading can be such a dreaded task and…See More
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Integrated Instructional Units and Lessons

Designing Integrated Instructional Units and LessonsBy Dr. Milton V. UeckerAs the semester draws to a close, we find ourselves evaluating student progress through assessment.  The final assignment (assessment), for my Biblical Foundations for Curriculum course, asked doctoral students to design a rubric to evaluate a teacher’s unit design.  Through the rubric a curriculum supervisor could be assured that instruction is aimed at developing the mind of Christ within its students. In order to…See More
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Integrity of Heart

Integrity of Heart An excerpt from The Teacher’s Heart Dr. Roy W. Lowrie, Jr. (1984) Psalm 78:70, 71 says that God chose David His servant, took him from the sheepfolds from following the ewes great with young, and brought him to feed Jacob His…
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Audio message by Dr. Kenneth Gangel: THE DAY JESUS HAD LUNCH WITH TEACHERS

OutlineThe Day Jesus had Lunch with TeachersDr. Kenneth O. Gangel, 1982, National Institute for Christian School Teachers*Audio of Dr. Gangel's message is available on a temporary basis (see "Audio" section on the home page)*Introduction:Jesus often used meal invitations for proclamation of truth, and the record of Luke 11:37-54 is a good example of His unfulfilled expectations for the religious teachers of His day. The Lord expects His teachers to. . .Guide students in a heavenly value system…See More
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Supporting Ministry to Young Children

While attending the Lancaster Early Education Conference earlier this month I was given a pre-publication copy of a new e-book entitled “Supporting Ministry to Young Children” by Karen Klein.  The book published and sold by Red Hill School in Red Hill, PA has been developed to promote their school to its community, parents and churches.  It contains reproducible pages that address the school's beliefs and practices, professional development of their teachers, topics for parent education, and…See More
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Christian school's taxonomy of teaching & learning: Hebrews 5-6

This past Sunday I was blessed as Rev. John Munro (Calvary Church, Charlotte) continued his teaching from Hebrews. I’m sure you, like myself, have often found your thoughts shifting from the application within a message to a personal level of application. Hebrews 5:11-6:1a contains several principles that I often teach in regard to developmental issues and a Christian school’s taxonomy of teaching and learning. In light of the familiarity with the text, my mind was at work personalizing the…See More
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Director's Visit to the Dominican Republic

Posted on June 22, 2015 at 2:08pm 0 Comments

Taking a break from the blog this week to speak at the ACSI conference in the Dominican Republic.  In next week's blog I will share the insights gained from the experience with you, the Lowrie Center membership.  Pray for my journey there and the emphasize the need to understand the nature and needs of the learner with this dynamic group of Christian School Educators. 

Equipping Students for the World and Culture in Which We Live

Posted on June 18, 2015 at 9:34am 0 Comments

          IICSE 2014 Opening Keynote           

Milton V. Uecker, Ed.D.

Based upon Paul’s Letter to the Colossians   

 

The Context

The world and culture in which we live is not unlike the cultures where the apostle Paul lived and taught.  As one reads and understands the context of his…

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Celebrating the Life and Legacy of Nhamo Chigohi, Zimbabwe

Posted on June 4, 2015 at 10:00am 0 Comments

by Dr. Milton V. Uecker

Our hearts were saddened to learn that Pastor Nhamo Chigohi passed away on May 19th. We rejoice in knowing that he is in the presence of Jesus whose love and grace miraculously saved him from the power of darkness. This son of a witch doctor was set apart as a child to rescue orphans from the streets, provide exemplary care through orphanages and then educate the children in his care within Christian schools. Additionally,…

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Grading as a Spiritual Practice

Posted on May 28, 2015 at 8:09am 0 Comments

by Dr. Milton V. Uecker

For those of us in higher education we have come to the close of another spring semester. The end of a semester is always accompanied by grading a pile of final projects and other assessments. This task, even after over 45 years, is still one of the most difficult things that I do. A fellow professor recently sent the faculty in the College of Education at CIU an interesting blog post that shed light on some of the reasons why…

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At 10:47am on February 6, 2012, Lisa Lanpher said…

Welcome to the Lowrie Center!

At 4:34pm on February 21, 2015, Brenda Klutz Blakely said…

Dr Uecker, As we walk this road called life it was so good to have you alongside us as we attended CIU. We think of you often and how you impacted our life. We never tutor or teach without using the principle we learned at CIU. It was a life changing experience. Thanks for being a part and blessing on all that you do. Brenda and Joel Blakely

At 9:45am on March 2, 2015, Brenda Klutz Blakely said…

We pray constantly that God will hold you in His hands daily. These are difficult times but God has not changed His mind and I believe that we must hold fast to that which is good and right. Thank you so much for holding on. We lift you up to the Father for extra strength. He will sustain us. Blessings, from the Blakelys

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