Many faith-based schools using Curriculum Trak have gained a lot of benefit from our exclusive Faith-Learning Integration tool, which provides subject-specific content suggestions written by Dr. Mark Eckel for integrating biblical truths with your core instruction. This add-on is just one of the ways that Curriculum Trak attempts to help schools focus more clearly on their specific mission, and it just got better!
If you have used this content for very long (and if you haven’t, now would be a good time to check it out), you know that there is a lot of variety covering a lot of depth and a wide breadth. But it can be a little overwhelming if you are looking for something specific. That is why we have worked to create a responsive e-book of this content housed directly within your Curriculum Trak account. If you have one or more of the subject areas added to your account, you can now see all (or specific) areas in one view. But, you can also now do keyword searches. Finding faith-integration suggestions for specific concepts or ideas within your instruction has never been easier.
If you have at least one of the FLI content areas activated within your account, any user can find this new tool by taking the following steps:
- Click on the “Other Curriculum Area”
- Look for the “Faith-Learning Integration Content e-book” option (only available if you have one or more content areas activated).
- All of the available content will load, and you can filter by specific program or keyword.
Take a look at the new tool and encourage your teachers to explore it as well. Think about how this tool might help individual teachers review content, add more variety to their faith-learning efforts, and grow deeper in this area of their instruction. Contact support if you have any questions about using this tool, adding additional FLI areas to your account, or how you might explore some of the training options we provide for this content.
For more about Dr. Mark Eckel, you may check him out at his Warp and Woof website, on Facebook, Twitter or Linked In. Check out his latest two books I Just Need Time to Think: Reflective Study as Christian Practice and When the Lights Go Down: Movie Review as Christian Practice.