Critical Thinking Skills and Biblical Literacy for All Students
Do you want to teach critical thinking from a biblical perspective, but not sure your student could understand and integrate the concepts? It is possible and this conversation will tell you more about how to teach the bible to your student in a more meaningful and applicable way.
Our special guest this time on Empowering Homeschool Conversations was David Nekrutman, former executive director and co-founder of the Center for Jewish-Christian Understanding and Cooperation (CJCUC), co-founder of the Day to Praise global interfaith initiative, founder of the Blessing Bethlehem aid organization, author of Your Sabbath Invitation, and creator of Your Sabbath Invitation: A Critical Thinking Course for High School Homeschoolers. David shared with us on how to teach "Critical Thinking Skills and Biblical Literacy for All Students"
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Peggy founded SPED Homeschool in 2017 after working in the special education homeschooling industry for over a decade and now she and her team empower families across the globe to homeschool students with diverse learning needs.
She is certified by the American Association of Christian Counselors and trained as a Precept Bible Study leader. Peggy is also a professional aerial silks performer and instructor. In her free time, Peggy enjoys vegan/gluten-free cooking, paddle boarding, hiking and reading. She and her husband Doug live in League City, TX, and after 19 years of homeschooling have now graduated all three of their children from their home school.