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Thursday, October 20 • 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Relevant AND Rooted? Research Findings from a Christian School with One-to-One Technology LIMITED

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What happens to missional practices and vision when students and teachers engage in 21st century learning? How can Christian schools remain rooted while aiming for relevance? This session will share emerging findings and themes from classroom observations, surveys, focus groups, and case studies, all of which are part of a three-year study in a technology-rich Christian school system.

Speakers
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Steve McMullen

Ph.D., economics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2008 B.A., economics, Bethel College, 2004
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Kara Sevensma

Professor of Education at Calvin College
Calvin College, M.Ed.; Michigan State University, Ph.D.
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David Smith

Director, Kuyers Institute for Christian Teaching and Learning and Director, Graduate Studies in Education, Calvin College
PhD. University of London, Institute of Education | M.Phil.F. Institute for Christian Studies, Toronto. | P.G.C.E. University of Nottingham, School of Education | B.A. Oxford University
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Yoolim Song

Student presenter from Calvin College
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Marj Terpstra

Assistant Professor- Calvin College
Grand Valley State University, M. A. | Michigan State University, Ph.D.


Thursday October 20, 2016 3:30pm - 4:30pm
River Level Suites 10&11 on the lower level of the Century Center.