In Teaching to Justice, Citizenship, and Civic Virtue, a group of teachers considers how students learn and what students need in order to figure out what God is requiring of them. The teachers hear from experts in the fields of civic education, the arts, politics, business, technology, and athletics. In addition, they talk about their own learning and what they want students to know about life after high school. This book, along with its discussion questions, will help parents, teachers, school board members, and administrators talk about what it means to help students work toward God's shalom in a broken but redeemed world.Although the world tells us other people are not our business, this is not what the Bible says. We should be concerned with others and do our best to help each other walk on the narrow path. Ia#39;d use a Jiffy Lube oil change place as an example.
|Title||:||Teaching to Justice, Citizenship, and Civic Virtue|
|Author||:||Julia K Stronks, Gloria Goris Stronks|
|Publisher||:||Wipf and Stock Publishers - 2014-09-19|