Parallel Hope Schools, Inc has crafted a curriculum using:
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The Universal Design for Learning
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a framework developed by CAST, an Understood founding partner. UDL guides the design of learning experiences to proactively meet the needs of all learners. When you use UDL, you assume that barriers to learning are in the design of the environment, not in the student. UDL is based on brain science and evidence-based educational practices. It also leverages the power of digital technology. For more detailed information, see Understood.
A flexible seating classroom is one in which traditional seating charts are replaced with seating arrangements that allow the students to sit where they choose. One of its principal objectives is to reduce the number/duration of sedentary periods of time, which research has identified as a danger to health. For more detailed information: see Wikipedia.
Reliable studies for traditional best practices―validated by the consistent success of millions of students over decades―form the basis of Abeka textbooks, curriculums, and other materials. For over 50 years, Abeka has been empowering teachers and promoting academic excellence to help Christian educators succeed.When schools teach with Abeka, the teaching is based on biblical principles that address the nature of the learner and learning itself, the nature of truth and authority, and what is truly important to learn and remember. Abeka's motto is, "We make it easy so you can make it amazing." For more information, See ABeka.
In Christian education, the Bible is discussed in Bible class and chapel—but how does it apply to other academic subjects? We shape each subject according to the lens of Scripture. Each discipline takes on new meaning when we apply the themes of Creation, Fall, and Redemption.
Find out more about our commitment to biblical worldview shaping.
Our educational materials are not just biblically faithful—they are also academically sound. Our materials use hands-on-learning, creative problem solving, and other research-proven instructional strategies to motivate students to take an active role in learning and to master age-appropriate material.
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A complete education goes beyond facts and processes, so our textbooks direct students to think for themselves. They are encouraged to use discernment and to consider their worldview in everyday situations. Our textbooks help students to develop skills in critical thinking with inductive teaching, hands-on-learning, and probing questions.
Find out more about critical thinking and its importance to Christians.
Teachers are looking for innovative ways to engage students in learning. At BJU Press, we offer technology enhancements for teachers and students to use daily in their classrooms and on the go.
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