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Navigating Your Child's Education: Grades 9-12

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Unexpected Benefits of Distance Learning for High Schoolers

By Worthington Christian School on Apr 14, 2020 9:00 PM

Parents, teachers, and students have had to make significant adjustments to a new normal in recent weeks. We are all feeling these adjustments in various ways: limited our out-of-home movement, restricted in-person social interaction, and endless cancelled activities and plans. And perhaps one of the biggest shifts is working and studying at home.

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Learning Online: A Cheat Sheet for High School Students

By Tom Burns on Mar 31, 2020 9:00 PM

For students and parents trying to navigate changes in school work and instruction delivery, many of us are experiencing a whole new learning curve. Here are some tips to move us all toward success in distance and online learning...

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Learning as Sanctification: Becoming More Like God Through Education

By Troy McIntosh on Mar 10, 2020 9:00 PM

Back when I taught in a classroom, I was fond of telling my students, "Whenever you learn something that is true that you did not know before, you become more like God."

If God's mind is omniscient and He knows everything about everything, then learning is the process of having our minds formed to be more like His. Even a person who rejects God unwittingly reflects the imago Dei that an unbeliever retains when he learns something true. How does that work and what does it mean for education?

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