Three phases of consulting for Christian schools
1. Building a Strong Curriculum
In order for education to be Christian, Jeff Horner lays out a case for how schools can build a cohesive and comprehensive curriculum from the ground up. With over fifteen years of teaching experience as well as an EdD from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Jeff brings a wealth of expertise to the table and a passion to see schools become quality institutions for building truth into the lives of students.
2. Mentoring Effective Teachers
The most effective teachers are those who have been coached, mentored and trained to grow in their life's calling. Matt Thomas offers the benefits of his years in mentoring and discipleship to this arena. Collaborations with Matt will prove to be game-changing for faculties ready to move up to another level of excellence. Like Jeff, Matt also has an EdD from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary adding to his life-time of experience.
3. Training Growing Leaders
Leadership can be learned. Granted, some leaders seem to be born to lead. However, leadership skills can be taught and people in all walks of life can learn how to improve the way they serve others as a leader. Teachers in Christian schools have an enormous advantage in the way they can influence young lives toward becoming effective leaders for Christ as they grow older. In the leadership training phase of this process, David Horner offers insights and instruction for teachers to be the kinds of leaders their students will want to follow.