Education Lectures

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The Teaching of Music:
A Biblical Perspective
September 2002

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A lecture given by Mrs Ethne Bourne, Head of Music at Emmanuel College Gateshead. She looks in depth at how to develop a Christian attitude towards music, and explains how this can be transferred to the classroom.

©2002 The Christian Institute


The Teaching of Physical Education:
A Biblical Perspective
May 2002

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A lecture given by Mr Bryan Mason, National Director for Church Sports Ministry with the organisation Christians in Sport. He looks at the value of physical recreation and its relationship to the Christian life and spiritual discipline.

©2002 The Christian Institute


The Teaching of Modern Languages:
A Biblical Perspective
May 2002

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A lecture given by Mr Chris Prest, a researcher with The Christian Institute. He is an experienced teacher and examiner of German and French, and a former Head of Modern Languages.

©2002 The Christian Institute


The Teaching of Art:
A Biblical Perspective
November 2001

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©2001 The Christian Institute

Beginning with a review of the history of art, Heather Bowditch, teacher at Grindon Hall Christian School, examines the of art in education.


The Teaching of History:
A Biblical Perspective
May 2001

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In this lecture, Gwyneth Evans, Head of History at Castle View Comprehensive School in Sunderland, reveals the secular humanist influences on the teaching of History.

©2001 The Christian Institute


The Teaching of English Literature:
A Biblical Perspective
November 2000

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A lecture given by Nigel McQuoid, Principal of Emmanuel College Gateshead, and teacher of English.

©2000 The Christian Institute


The School:
Organisation, Ethos and Curriculum
A Biblical Perspective
April 2000

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Former Principal of Emmanual College, John Burn, explores the Biblical principles of an 'effective school'.

©2000 The Christian Institute


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