Christ-Centered Education: A Primer for Home, School and Church

Christ-Centered Education: A Primer for Home, School and Church

Christ-Centered Education: A Primer for Home, School and Church

by Steven W. Larson, stevewlarson@gmail.com **

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

(1.) The Pedagogy of Love

(2.) Summing Up: The Big Picture of a Christ-Centered School

(3.) The Teaching Methods of Jesus: Introduction

(4.) The Teaching Methods of Jesus: Imagination

(5.) The Teaching Methods of Jesus: Conscience

(6.) The Teaching Methods of Jesus: Intellect

(7.) The Teaching Methods of Jesus: Conclusion

(8.) The Effective Learning Culture

(9.) Learning To Reason Together

(10.) Words That Sustain the Weary

(11.) Thinking With Both Hands

(12.) Thoughts On the Christ-Centered Middle School

(13.) Open Door

(14.) Receiving the Children

(15.) Embracing the Characters

(16.) Incarnational Teaching

(17.) On the Classroom as the Craftsman’s Workshop

(18.) On Teachers as Diamonds

(19.) On Teachers as Live Wires

(20.) A is for Authority

(21.) B is for Bible-Across-the-Curriculum

(22.) C is for Christ the Center

(23.) D is for Developing in the Dark

(24.) E is for Excellence

(25.) F is for Fools

(26.) G is for Grace and Truth

(27.) H is for Humility

(28.) I is for Imagination

(29.) J is for Joy

(30.) K is for Knowledge

(31.) L is for Labor of Love

(32.) M is for Museum

(33.) N is for Nature

(34.) O is for Old and New

(35.) P is for Personhood

(36.) Q is for Quest

(37.) R is for Relationships

(38.) S is for Servants in Charge

(39.) T is for Time

(40.) U is for Unity of Curriculum

(41.) V is for Virtue

(42.) W is for Wildlife Refuge

(43.) X is for X Marks the Spot

(44.) Y is for Yarn

(45.) Z is for Zest

(46.) The Cookie Tree

(47.) Cultivating Wisdom at Home and School

 

** Steve Larson is a life-long Christian educator who has served as a college dean, a high school headmaster, a lower school director, a K-8 Headmaster, and a classroom teacher for over 30 years. He is the product of a solid city public school system as well as a graduate of Wheaton College, with an M.A. from Michigan State University. He and his wife Sheridan have four grown children and seven grandchildren, and reside in North Carolina.  Steve continues to write on a variety of Christian topics for his blog, christianrefuge.org.