Curricular review. It’s one of the most important ongoing projects for instructional leaders since it guides and empowers the people delivering your mission daily—classroom teachers. Our team at Summit is confident that your school values excellent teaching and learning, and that’s a great motivation to review and evaluate your curricular materials. But as a Christian school, you have an even bigger purpose—to nurture your students’ Biblical worldview through how you approach teaching and learning. Given the incredibly high stakes of this eternally significant work, ensuring that your teaching resources, tools, and techniques are up to the challenge should be a primary focus of your leadership.
Summit's Bible Curriculum
Building on the Rock (K-5) lays the groundwork for worldview education for the youngest students.
Walking in Truth (6th-8th) trains students to defend their faith and respond to counterfeit worldviews.
Understanding the Times (9th-12th) prepares young believers to defend a Christian worldview against other belief systems.
about the author
Dr. Roger Erdvig
Dr. Erdvig has experience as a head of school, pastor, university professor, and he is a homeschool parent of five. In his role at Summit, Roger works with Christian schools, universities, churches, and families to assess and advance their efforts at cultivating biblical worldview formation in children, youth, and young adults.