Equipping teachers to meet the spiritual needs of students and measure effectiveness through accurate Christ-centered Assessment.

Workshop Overview

Used by over 70,000 students, The Global Student Assessment will equip your faculty and administration to identify and differentiate your teaching to meet the spiritual needs of your students.

The workshop will reveal insight from the largest and longest ongoing global study of Christian school students and demonstrate best practices for how schools and teachers can utilize the data to implement measurable change and transformation in the life of the school and the students we exist to equip.

Workshop Justification

With ongoing data collection from over 70,000 Christian school students from SBACS ACSI and CSI schools around the world The Global Student Assessment has rapidly become one of the most useful and utilized tools for Christian schools to accurately measure spiritual growth and maturity in their students. This session will demonstrate how your school can participate in the assessment and utilize the results to implement measurable change.

3-5 Learning Objectives

  • Participants will identify the distinctions of a Christ-centered assessment and the difference between measuring causes vs. outcomes and how conventional measurement tools lead to inaccurate results and the potential for spiritual abuse.
  • Participants will learn how to utilize The Global Student Assessment to measure student understanding, growth, and movement.
  • Participants will learn more about what we have been learning over the past decade through the largest ongoing study of Christian school students through the Global Student Assessment.
  • Participants will learn how to maximize the assessment before, during and after their accreditation process as a regular part of their stewardship to identify opportunities for growth and measure effectiveness.

Intended Audience

This material is relevant for Board Members, Administrators, Department Heads, Directors of Curriculum, International Students Program Directors, Bible Teachers, and Faculty.

Approaching the topic from a Biblical Worldview

The Christ-centered approach to assessment follows the measurement model Christ demonstrated in the gospels and invites students to respond to the Word of God using student responses to the invitations of Christ to measure the response of the heart. The 15 spiritual formation questions and 12 worldview questions combine to equip schools with a 24-page assessment result that equips schools to not only accurately measure what matters but to be good stewards by moving forward with an intentional plan for growth.

Faculty

Chris Browne
Chris Browne
Chris Browne is the Campus Pastor at Linfield Christian School in Temecula, California, and the founder of The Engaged Schools Initiative which is a ministry of Wheaton Press. A Pastor for more than 13 years and a Bible teacher and Department Head for nearly a decade Browne has served as an adjunct professor at Moody Bible Institute and Trinity International University. Browne has trained teachers and administrators from over 50 countries and has keynoted or led workshops in South Korea, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Rwanda, Kenya, South Africa, and Columbia.