The on-line course,
A Wholistic Approach To Christian Education,”
is for Christian educators who want to restore a
biblical approach to work, economics and human
flourishing to the P-12 curriculum.
Practical teaching tools are presented,
including mind-mapping techniques and graphic organizers
that will breathe new life into any subject by seeing
how that subject fits into the context of a biblical view of work,
economics and human flourishing.
The creator of the course is Dr. Christian
Overman. All lectures are in pre-recorded video format
for viewing at participants’ convenience.
This course is available for 5 (quarter, graduate level)
college credits through Seattle Pacific University, OR
as a Certificate (non-credit) course through
Worldview Matters. The course is approved by the
Association of Christian Schools International for 10
CEUs in either Biblical Studies or Educational Studies,
and satisfies the ACSI requirement for a course in
Philosophy of Christian Education.
For a summary of the course objectives and
To get a taste of the kind of content you
will learn about in the course, view this 40-minute
presentation of Dr. Overman presenting one of the tools
from the course at the ACSI NEXUS Live event on October
16, 2014, in Washington, D.C. Click
To request a copy of the full syllabus, use the
contact form below. Please indicate if you want the
syllabus for with college credit or the syllabus
for without college credit.
The cost is $270 for the
Worldview Matters certificate,
including all lectures, books, DVDs and teaching
resources. All written assignments professionally
assessed. Shipping costs for books/DVDs is additional.
Use the form below to notify Worldview Matters
of your desire to enroll. Instructions on how to make
the payment will be provided by e-mail.
The current tuition fee for the
credits through Seattle Pacific University [these are
quarter credits] is $495. Cost
of books is additional, plus shipping,
purchased through Worldview Matters.
Use the contact
form below to request details on how to register for the
course through Seattle Pacific University, or to let us
know you wish to take the course without credit directly
through Worldview Matters: