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Milton V. Uecker's Discussions

Life Long Learning

Started Jan 26 0 Replies

Ideas from the Field:Developing life long learners is often referred to in mission statements and in portraits of a graduate.  Desired outcomes must be assessed in order to verify the effectiveness…Continue

REFLECTION POINT

Started Jan 23 0 Replies

A philosophy of teaching and learning provides insights into how the brain is designed for learning, but a Christian philosophy should likewise attend to the heart and its role. In what ways does…Continue

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

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:2)  What obstacles currently stand in our way as we strive to prepare students for 2025?Continue

 

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Institute Reflections

As the countdown to the 2018 IICSE begins I want to share some reflections on our last IICSE. Dr.  Stephen Reel's keynote is the perfect place to start.  He encouraged participants to never loose sight of or "rediscover the most important aspect of Christian Schools". His challenge, available to all within his book, Clear Focus,…See More
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Mercedes Sura commented on Milton V. Uecker's event International Institute for Christian School Educators: IICSE
"So happy for the good news! IICSE is one of the best professional development programs I've participated in. The knowledge and wisdom shared by the speakers and interactions with the participants are invaluable. I can hardly wait to hear more…"
Feb 7
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International Institute for Christian School Educators: IICSE at Columbia International University

July 8, 2018 at 3pm to July 12, 2018 at 12pm
Save the  Date: July 8-12, 2018Watch for program information in FebruaryRegistration begins in MarchSee More
Feb 7
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Mercedes Sura liked Milton V. Uecker's event ACSI Professional Development Forum
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Mercedes Sura commented on Milton V. Uecker's blog post The Voice of the Lowrie Center has Returned
"So happy for the good news! IICSE is one of the best professional development programs I've participated in.The knowledge and wisdom shared by the speakers and interactions with the participants are invaluable. I can hardly wait to hear more…"
Feb 7
Karen Paola Ovalles Marcano commented on Milton V. Uecker's event International Institute for Christian School Educators: IICSE
"I´m very happy and expectant to be back in IICSE! Each year is a refreshing and inspiring experience for the excellent teachers and a high level content. This training has profoundly impacted the lives of many people and many schools…"
Feb 2
Milton V. Uecker posted a discussion

Life Long Learning

Ideas from the Field:Developing life long learners is often referred to in mission statements and in portraits of a graduate.  Desired outcomes must be assessed in order to verify the effectiveness of the school.  Let’s share ways in which life long learning is being assessed.  See More
Jan 26
Milton V. Uecker posted an event

ACSI Professional Development Forum at Columbus, Ohio

March 2, 2018 all day
Dr. Milt Uecker, director of the Lowrie Center, will present three early childhood sessions at the Columbus, Ohio forum, March 2-3, 2018:  Developing a Curriculum framework for Early Education Programs, What Early Ed Professionals Wish Leadership Would Understand About Early Education and Increasing K-12 Enrollment Stability through Quality Early Education.  See More
Jan 26
Veronica Iluezi-Ogbaudu liked Milton V. Uecker's event International Institute for Christian School Educators: IICSE
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International Institute for Christian School Educators: IICSE at Columbia International University

July 8, 2018 at 3pm to July 12, 2018 at 12pm
Save the  Date: July 8-12, 2018Watch for program information in FebruaryRegistration begins in MarchSee More
Jan 25

Milton V. Uecker's Blog

Institute Reflections

Posted on February 10, 2018 at 12:09pm 0 Comments

As the countdown to the 2018 IICSE begins I want to share some reflections on our last IICSE. Dr.  Stephen Reel's keynote is the perfect place to start.  He encouraged participants to never loose sight of or "rediscover the most important aspect of Christian Schools". His challenge, available to all…

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The Voice of the Lowrie Center has Returned

Posted on January 18, 2018 at 5:19pm 4 Comments

It has been a year since you have heard from the Lowrie Center.  That is about to change as we move into 2018.  Throughout 2017 I have been praying and collaborating with stakeholders as to the role and future of the Lowrie Center.  In essence, I, together with the education faculty at CIU, have sought a "new beginning" while at the same time honoring the core values and purpose of the Lowrie Center.  I believe we are ready to move forward.  I am beginning  a series of posts that…

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In Memoriam: Dr. E. Wm. Male

Posted on January 7, 2017 at 9:50am 0 Comments

The Lowrie Center and the International Institute for Christian School Education has lost a founder and significant mentor.  The Center’s purpose is in part to advance the enduring ideas foundational to excellence in Christian schooling around…

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Introducing the 2016 IICSE Keynote Speakers (Part One)

Posted on May 23, 2016 at 9:30am 0 Comments

Dr. Glen Schultz has again made the IICSE a priority on his schedule as a means of equipping new Christian School educators with both the vision and skills for more effectively ministering within a Christian School. …

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Comment Wall (4 comments)

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

At 11:23am on July 14, 2015, Dianna Kuykendall said…
The pseudoscience of psychiatry is humanistic and I do not accept their life threatening philosophies. The Bible is clear how we are to raise our children but modern day philosophy has replaced it. They do not us to encourage gender based play while it seems to be the norm. As a child I wore dresses, played with dolls and apart from strenuous physical activities I roller skates. As for conscience I believe we have an innate nature that signals us "right" from "wrong" so added direction, discipline and correction the conscience is adequately fed and proper maturation and development can take place. How do I write a paper without being preachy but drive my points home?

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