Each morning BCE learners are guided as they dig deep into God’s word.
Academic learning is approached from a variety of ways dependent on each learner’s needs. The various learning approaches include:
Guides equip learners to seek restoration and find solutions when conflicts and/or problems arise.
Through Biblical teachings, learners:
In the afternoon, learners dive into a role of an expert on the given Exploration topic. Through real-world scenarios and challenges created by the guides, learners develop and use problem-solving, critical-thinking, listening and speaking skills while working independently and collaboratively. A few Exploration examples include:
8:30 – 9:00 – Morning Manna
9:10 – Set Goals
9:15 – Academic Learning
10:00 – Snack
10:15 – Academic Learning
11:00 – Academic Learning/Specials
12:45 – Read Aloud
1:00 – Exploration
2:40 – Track Goals
2:45 – Classroom Cleaning
3:00 – Debrief Discussion
In the afternoons, we go on explorations that involve real-world experiences, scenarios and challenges.
Explorations are designed to create real-world scenarios and challenges for our learners. Exploration highlights include experts sharing their personal experiences in the field we are exploring, as well as taking field trips to provide hands-on learning opportunities.
Showcases occur at the end of each Exploration. It is a time for learners to share what they have learned regarding the Exploration 3-week or 6-week topic. Furthermore, at a Showcase, learners share: