EQUIPPING TEACHERS FOR BIBLICAL INTEGRATION AT THE KING’S ACADEMY IN FLORENCE, SOUTH CAROLINA

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EQUIPPING TEACHERS FOR BIBLICAL INTEGRATION AT THE KING’S ACADEMY IN FLORENCE, SOUTH CAROLINA

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Title: EQUIPPING TEACHERS FOR BIBLICAL INTEGRATION AT THE KING’S ACADEMY IN FLORENCE, SOUTH CAROLINA
Author: Hayes, Kelly Nathaniel
Advisor: Bowen, Danny R.
Abstract: This project constructs a system of learning and training through which teachers at the King’s Academy grow in their understanding and practice of biblical integration. Chapter 1 describes the context and need for this project. Chapter 2 engages with the theological and biblical resources that inform this work, while chapter 3 delves into the theoretical and practical elements related to this topic. Chapter 4 explains the developments related to planning and implementing the project itself, which includes the writing of the curricular resource as well as delivering the workshop trainings. Chapter 5 contains a detailed assessment of the project. Each element is evaluated through the rubric of the initial goals of the project. Overall, through this work, the King’s Academy will be better positioned for ongoing education that is innately Christian.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10392/5697
Date: 2018-09-28

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