Our understanding of how children and adolescents learn has been enriched in the last 40 years by research into human intellectual, emotional and moral development.
CEP curriculum aims to draw on current research on the way students think and learn and apply these principles into the realm of how we teach children about God. Each curriculum is designed to cater for different learning stages, with language, content and activities written with the needs of each child in mind.
In each curriculum, importance is placed on:
- teaching concepts in a way that is appropriate for the age and developmental stage of the students.
- relating all that is taught to their experience.
- providing discussion and activities that encourage students to reprocess information and make it their own.
CEP uses a range of teaching and learning strategies to engage the intellectual strengths and preferred learning styles of your child.
Click the links below to view specific research applied in the writing and development of CEP curriculum:
|5 Circles of Learning||Gardner Theory
of different kinds of intelligences
The CEP curriculum seeks to broaden each student’s education by helping them develop their understanding and knowledge of biblical principles, to build skills which will enhance their overall learning ability and to form an understanding of values and attitudes of faith, culture and the world today.
Below is an overview of the Christian Education Outcomes for all three learning stages.
|Knowledge and Understanding
|Values and Attitudes
Click the links below to view specific outcomes for each of the 3 stages