Welcome to the Faith in Teaching podcast! In this podcast, Kuyers Institute director David I. Smith talks with researchers and educators who are working to understand how Christian faith affects teaching, learning, and the way we do education.
Marilyn Rhames talks with David Smith about how she created the nonprofit Teachers who Pray (www.teacherswhopray.org), and her new book, The Master Teacher: 12 Spiritual Lessons that Can Transform Schools and Revolutionize Public Education (marilynrhames.com).
David Smith discusses the changing culture of Christian education in Australia with Chris Parker of Christian Education National and author of The Frog and the Fish: Reflections on Work, Technology, Sex, Stuff, Truth, and Happiness. The book helps young adults understand and question how much they have been shaped by their culture.
(Note: Recorded in 2019) David I. Smith talks with Albert Cheng (University of Arkansas) on whether and how schools can assess faith formation in their students.
(Note: Recorded in 2019) Steve McMullen (co-author of Digital Life Together: The Challenge of Technology for Christian Schools) discusses his research on the effects of the amount and type of "screen time" among high school students who use school-issued laptops.
(Note: Recorded in 2019) David I. Smith talks with Natasha Moore of the Centre for Public Christianity (https://www.publicchristianity.org) about engaging with perceptions and misperceptions of Christians and Christianity.
In this second episode of the podcast, David I. Smith discusses the What if Learning approach to teaching with Trevor Cooling (Canterbury Christ Church University, National Institute for Christian Education Research).
Welcome to the first episode of the podcast! This episode features a discussion with Marj Terpstra, professor of education and department chair at Calvin University, about the research behind the new book Digital Life Together: The Challenge of Technology for Christian Schools (Eerdmans).