School Blog

  • Save Your Seat at a 2014 Ignite Conference

    Megan Wendt

    Posted in School Messenger on Thursday, Apr 17th
  • Collaborate with educators in your area who share your passion for Christian education at regionally-based user conference this fall. Packed with engaging professional development opportunities, the one-day events hosted by Alpha Omega Publications are a great way to share teaching strategies and discover how to use Ignitia’s newest features. Read More...


  • Enhance Communication with Handy Ignitia Tools

    Megan Wendt

    Posted in School Messenger on Thursday, Apr 17th
  • Committed to offering your Christian school the best in online education, AOP provides several tools within Ignitia online curriculum to enhance communication between students and teachers. Learn about the updates we’ve made to Ignita’s My Notes feature using feedback from customers like you, plus watch a video that highlights other useful communication tools in Ignitia. Read More...


    For the past several years, the flipped classroom has transformed the way students learn in school. Since the model works so well in the classroom, school administrators have started exploring the impact it can have on faculty meetings. Check out these tips for flipping your faculty meetings and improving instruction in flipped classrooms at your Christian school. Read More...


  • My Notes Feature Receives Exciting Update

    Carl Van Stryland

    Posted in School NetAlert on Monday, Mar 31st
  • Committed to offering your Christian school the best in online education, AOP has enhanced Ignitia's My Notes feature using feedback from customers like you! While the release of My Notes last October gave both teachers and students the ability to create notes for each lesson, now you have the freedom to create multiple notes, allowing you to write richer, more context-specific notes that include color-coding for students. Read More...


  • AOP Adds New Dual Enrollment Courses

    Carl Van Stryland

    Posted in School Messenger on Thursday, Mar 20th
  • Committed to expanding opportunities for students at your Christian school, AOP has released a pair of new, hands-on electives available through our dual enrollment program. The online courses cover basic computer science and IT skills that are applicable in both college and the real world. Read More...


    Christian families have a lot to think about as they prayerfully consider how to educate their children, including cost. Find out how Tuition Reduction Incentive Programs help families save on tuition by shopping with gift cards at stores they already frequent. Read More...


  • March to the Tune of Music In Our Schools

    Megan Wendt

    Posted in Daily Bulletin on Monday, Mar 17th
  • Each March, the National Association for Music Education (NAfME) celebrates Music In Our Schools Month (MIOSM®). Past, present, and future music educators collaborate year after year to celebrate and display the benefits music offers to students of all ages. The 2014 MIOSM theme “Music Makes Me _____!” provides fun opportunities to engage students and community members in the celebration. Check out these fun Music In Our Schools Month activities suggested by the National Association for Music Education and schools who have participated in MIOSM in the past. Read More...


  • Enhance Your Classroom with Genius Hour

    Megan Wendt

    Posted in Daily Bulletin on Thursday, Feb 27th
  • In a perfect classroom, every student would display an authentic passion for learning. A project-based academic movement known as genius hour has surfaced in schools during the past few years with the goal of stirring up such a passion for learning among students. Read More...


  • Celebrate CTE Month with Superheroes in Your Community

    Carl Van Stryland

    Posted in School Messenger on Thursday, Feb 20th
  • The Association for Career and Technical Education is encouraging schools to “Celebrate CTE Superheroes” during February. The theme encourages everyone to explore CTE programs that provide high schoolers with real-world experience inside the classroom. Read More...


    As college creeps closer for students on the verge of graduating, the price tag that accompanies the transition starts to feel more real. Encourage students at your Christian school to apply for scholarships this spring to save on college tuition. To help them get started, we’ve compiled a list of national scholarships that are still open for application this year. Read More...


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