While smartphones offer staggering convenience and practically unlimited information at our fingertips, they come at a cost beyond the $700 you might pay for the latest iPhone. One of the biggest effects the technology is causing is a lack of reading.
Whether you come by yourself or with your entire staff, Christian school conferences offer a great opportunity to learn the latest news in Christian education, meet other Christian school leaders, and visit face-to-face with helpful representatives from Alpha Omega Publications. We hope to see you in November!
Instead of simply wondering what we can do different as teachers, Chase Mielke, author of What Students Really Need to Hear and writer for We Are Teachers, actually sat down with a group of sophomore students who ranked in the bottom three percent of their academic class. Check out the 6 things those students listed as their top motivation killers.
From April 12-19 (with 24 hours of travel on each end), Chris Lundy, AOP’s educational consultant for international schools, visited South Africa to visit current customers and participate in the first Global Connect Conference. Read her story to see how Ignitia online curriculum is changing students’ lives.
To recognize and celebrate teachers who make a difference in the lives of a child or young adult every day, AOP launched its inaugural Christian School Teacher of the Year Awards earlier this year.
Did you know that AOP has Facebook and Twitter accounts dedicated to our Christian school community? If you’re not already following us, here are three reasons you should be.
An AOA Alliance school is excelling in the classroom, as well as on the ice in its inaugural hockey season. Located in the State of Hockey in Alexandria, Minnesota, NorthStar Christian Academy (NCA) has a roster comprised of 23 student athletes from 11 different states.
To help us understand how we’re meeting your Christian school’s needs, earlier this year we invited Ignitia users to share their experiences working with our online curriculum. Check out some of the highlights from that survey, including the fact that 97% of schools reported that student performance on coursework improved or stayed the same.
Josh Rosh, the executive director of academy operations at Alpha Omega Publications, recently offered a free workshop for school leaders on factors to consider in deciding whether to pursue or not pursue accreditation for your school.
Whether you come by yourself or with your entire staff, Christian school conferences offer a great opportunity to learn the latest news in Christian education, meet other Christian school leaders, and visit face-to-face with helpful representatives from Alpha Omega Publications.