PCCE Teachers' Convention
From your perspective, what are the primary purposes of the Christian School Teachers' convention? Select up to 5.
to network with colleagues from other schools
a break from the demands of my job
to build community with colleagues from my school
to deepen my professional relationships with colleagues from other schools
be inspired and encouraged
be challenged in my faith and teaching
to deepen my understanding of what it means to teach from an authentic Christian perspective
to pick up a new idea or two that I can use in my classroom
to wrestle/grapple with significant issues related to Christian school teaching
to stay up-to-date with current educational research
to hear from a well-known keynote speaker
collaborate with my colleagues on a project/unit/activity
take the next steps on my "Teaching for Transformation" journey
What do you look forward to most about the PCCE convention? Select up to 3.
"getting away" for a couple of days with my colleagues
the corporate worship times
catching up with friends/colleagues from other schools
an inspiring & encouraging keynote speaker
a keynote speaker who really challenges me in my calling
workshops that give me something practical
meeting new people
shopping at the vendors
sessions lead from a distinctively Christian worldview
visiting other Christian school campuses
If you described a PCCE convention as EXCELLENT, what would it have included?
What do you think should be the key distinctives of the PCCE convention (compared to an ATA/AISCA teachers convention)? To put it another way: What should be "peculiar" about the PCCE convention?
If you had free reign to design the PCCE conference, what would you do? For example: What would it look like? What would you keep? What would you get rid of? What would the schedule look like? What would you Stop, Start & Continue?
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