Promoting pedagogy, learning and educational leadership from an integrally Christian perspective.

The Kuyers Institute promotes Christian reflection on every aspect of education, from pre-kindergarten to the college level. We conduct and publish research, develop new approaches and resources, and provide training for educators in many countries and educational settings.

Civic Hospitality project

The Kuyers and Henry Institutes have partnered with the Issachar Fund to create teaching resources for Christian approaches to civics education.

New Book

Digital Life Together: The Challenge of Technology for Christian Schools: How digital technologies are impacting Christian education, and how to respond.

Calls for Papers

Two Calls for Papers have been issued for upcoming special issues of the International Journal of Christianity & Education. Find them and other Kuyers news here.

International Journal of Christianity & Education aims to be the first point of reference for academic discussions of the relationship between Christianity and educational theory and practice in formal and informal settings.
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The Kuyers Institute and the Colossian Forum have teamed up to provide a wide range of teaching and learning activities. FASTly shows how to teach faith and science together in a way that is hopeful instead of fearful. Visit teachfastly.com

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Featured book

Digital Life Together: The Challenge of Technology for Christian Schools

by David I. Smith, Kara Sevensma, Marjorie Terpstra, Steven C. McMullen

How digital technologies are impacting Christian education, and how to respond.

Digital technologies loom large in the experience of today’s students. However, parents, teachers, and school leaders have only started to take stock of the ramifications for teaching, learning, and faith. Digital Life Together walks educators, leaders, and parents through some of the big ideas that are hidden in our technology habits. Moving beyond general arguments for and against digital devices, the book draws from extensive interviews, surveys, classroom observations, and school records to examine the real impact of technology on Christian learning. 

Based on a three-year, in-depth study of Christian schools, authors David Smith, Kara Sevensma, Marjorie Terpstra, and Steven McMullen offer resources to inform conversations in school communities about the role of digital technologies in students’ formation. With a wealth of new research findings, short, readable chapters, and accompanying discussion questions, Digital Life Together sets the stage for individual reflection, book club discussions, professional development conversations, or strategic reflection by school leaders.

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