From 4 till 6 June a delegation of the NLA University (Norway) visited Driestar Christian University. For several years both universities are cooperating in an education project in Nepal.
We invite you, as a school leader, school board, Christian politician or teacher to our European Conference for Christian Education in the Netherlands (ECCEN) on 12-14 September in Apeldoorn, The Netherlands.
A two-day academic conference, organized by researchers connected to the Theological University Apeldoorn and the Theological University Kampen. In this conference, we will discuss the role education and formation have in churches, both from conceptual and empirical perspectives.
Basic education is the start of a lifelong learning. It is important to have a good start! Good education can be realised when there are well-educated and qualified teachers. They are at the heart of learning and teaching the children after all.
Károli Gáspár University hosted the meeting of the European Section of the International Association for the Promotion of Christian Higher Education (IAPCHE) on 18-19 January 2018.
One of our new projects within the international activities of Driestar Christian University is the development of Wonderfully Made, a teaching scheme for sexual education based on Christian values.
Since the start of this academic year (2017-2018) Driestar Christian University (DCU; Gouda; the Netherlands) has established a Research Centre. The main topic of this centre is to investigate how Christian teaching can be strengthened.
Boards of Driestar Christian University and Woord en Daad decided to take steps to start a network: International Network for Christian Education (INCE).
The 2nd ACSI International Educational Leadership Conference will take place from March 1-4, 2017 in Budapest, Hungary.
Is it desirable for Christian schools to admit those who do not share their beliefs? “The advantages of a more or less restricted admission policy are clear.” Reaction of visitors from abroad: “A fascinating debate in the Netherlands, but we don’t have that choice.”