Critical Communication Skills for Students

Why we must be intentional about teaching our students effective communication skills beginning in Kindergarten.

Lower School faculty and administrators

Attendees will

  • leave with a fresh perspective and passion for intentionally training students to become radical communicators.
  • acquire an arsenal of creative tools to integrate into their current curriculum for the purpose of teaching communication skills.   No additional curriculum is required.
  • share specific ways they might support their school’s admission and development office through student-led creative communications events.

I wish I could spend time with each of you, face to face, to share the passion about inspiring schools to intentionally train their students to communicate with confidence and enthusiasm.  Christian school administrators and teachers all want their students to have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and to reach their fullest academic potential.   Why?  Because those students are future culture-changers. 


However, if we graduate students who have a heart for God and are academically prepared to be all they were created to be, but are ill-equipped to speak, write, or to visually inspire truth, then we as Kingdom schools have failed – period.


Consider this your personal invitation to join the discussion and develop your own passion about the potential of fully equipping future culture engagers.


Deni Corbett
Deni Corbett
Deni Corbett has a Bachelor of Science degree in education from Asbury University, an ESD in Reading and Language Instruction from Oakland University, as well as a MA in Instructional Technologies and Media. Currently Deni serves as Senior Director & Consultant for Engaging the Culture Ministries as well as Program Director for Southern Baptist Association of Christian Schools. Following her passion, that all children must be encouraged to create and communicate effective messages in three main areas: print, verbal, & visual; Deni is also the founder of the communications podcast series Chasing Fireflies and