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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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So Little Time. So Much to Do!

Beginning AgainAs educators assemble for the beginning of the school year there is always that sense of new beginnings and the enthusiasm that accompanies being able to again invest in fulfilling one’s calling.  We have been placed within our schools according to God’s design for our lives and we also believe that the students have been set apart for instruction within our school and classrooms.  Missional teachers must be clear about what they seek to accomplish.  They are fully aware of what…See More
Aug 13
Milton V. Uecker commented on Vanessa Frazier's event 1000 Intercessors
"Prayer is an essential tool in accomplishing the goals set before us.  We labor to change lives and lives are changed through Jesus and the Holy Spirit.  Vanessa's heart is to equip and encourage Christian educators labouring within…"
Aug 4
Vanessa Frazier commented on Milton V. Uecker's blog post 21st Century Skills: Preparing Students for an Unknown Future
"I think this is an excellent start as long as collaboration, communication, creativity and critical thinking take place between Jesus and the teacher first and foremost. Why?  Because the Word of God tells us in Proverbs 3:5-7 that…"
Aug 4
Milton V. Uecker commented on Milton V. Uecker's blog post 21st Century Skills: Preparing Students for an Unknown Future
"Thank you Joy.  I so appreciate the contributions of our membership. When individuals respond as you have the dialogue that a blog can create becomes a reality.  It is encouraging  to me to know that the membership is…"
Aug 3
Milton V. Uecker left a comment for James A Hopson
"Thank you James.  I hope you will find the Lowrie Center helpful and I invite your comments and expertise along the way. "
Aug 3
Joy Fisk commented on Milton V. Uecker's blog post 21st Century Skills: Preparing Students for an Unknown Future
"I agree with these points, and they very much match up with what we do at our school (Arborbrook Christian Academy in Charlotte, NC).  I would add a few more C's as well:  Community (going beyond collaboration to loving one…"
Aug 3
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21st Century Skills: Preparing Students for an Unknown Future

21st Century Skills:  Are We Preparing Students for their Future ?Much has been written about 21st century skills and preparing students for their future.  Hopefully each of our schools has embraced that concern within our schools.  Futurists consistently challenge educators to consider the “Four C’s”:  Collaboration, Communication, Creativity and Critical Thinking.  I doubt that any of us would disagree with the need for these, but will this really be enough to prepare our students? Having had…See More
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"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…"
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Stuart Salazar commented on Milton V. Uecker's blog post Directors Trip to the Dominican Republic: Lessons Learned
"I rejoice reading this report and how you have put in the format of "lessons learned" the amazing facts that have made of the D.R. experience a strong Christian school movement.  On behalf of ACSI Latin America, thanks for coming and…"
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So Little Time. So Much to Do!

Posted on August 13, 2015 at 12:08pm 0 Comments

Beginning Again

As educators assemble for the beginning of the school year there is always that sense of new beginnings and the enthusiasm that accompanies being able to again invest in fulfilling one’s calling.  We have been placed within our schools according to God’s design for our lives and we also believe that the students have been set apart for instruction within our school and…

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21st Century Skills: Preparing Students for an Unknown Future

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21st Century Skills:  Are We Preparing Students for their Future ?

Much has been written about 21st century skills and preparing students for their future.  Hopefully each of our schools has embraced that concern within our schools.  Futurists consistently challenge…

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Directors Trip to the Dominican Republic: Lessons Learned

Posted on July 7, 2015 at 2:48pm 2 Comments

ACSI Dominican Republic Conference:  Lessons Learned

June, 2015

As promised in my last blog post, I want to take the opportunity to reflect upon the recent conference in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.  The two day event, June 25-25, was attended by 600 Christian school educators from across the country.  It proved to be a dynamic experience for everyone involved.  I found myself often thinking, “if only my colleagues from the…

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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. 

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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