Traffic Advisory Affecting 2013 Commencement:
If you are planning to attend the 2013 Commencement Ceremony we would like to inform you of an alternate route you may want to take. Last year, we had reports of it taking 2 hours to drive to the Convention Center due to backups for the 3 State-3 Mountain Bike Race, which goes down Ochs Highway past Rock City, and down Broad Street. Following the directions on the website http://www.covenant.edu/parents/current/commencement past Ruby Falls, left on Cummings Highway will avoid the major traffic backups on Broad Street. Map Quest estimates 22 minutes, leave some extra time.
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The Center for Calling and Career at Covenant College , in conjunction with the Diversity Program, is pleased to invite you to the Covenant College screening of Fancy Rhino’s documentary Build Me a World: The Story of the Howard School on September 10, at 6:30 in the Dora Maclellan Brown Memorial Chapel. The film will begin at 7:30 p.m.
Chattanooga’s Howard School was founded in 1865, making it the oldest black public high school in the South. Four years ago, it was called a “dropout factory.” Fancy Rhino, a company founded by former Covenant students and 2011 Seed Project winners Drew Belz and Isaiah Smallman, chronicled a year at the Howard School in their Build Me a World documentary.
The Build Me a World screening at Covenant will be begin with a dessert reception with the filmmakers and conclude with exclusive responses to the film from professors Bill Davis, Cliff Foreman, and Steve Kaufmann, as well as a Q&A session with the filmmakers and Howard students.
Application Deadline: The application deadline for submitting an application for admission to the Master of Arts in Teaching program is April 1, 2012. If you wish, download the application packet now!
All MAT graduates qualify for certification from the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI).
The Center for Teacher Renewal
The Center is a non-profit, support-based ministry designed to care for Christian educators and other disciple makers--to care for their spiritual needs and to enhance their professional abilities to teach in ways that reveal the grace of the Gospel in all they do in the classroom.
Institutes with one week residencies followed by a year of application and consultation, and retreats are available.
The director is Donovan L. Graham, Ed. D., former professor of education at Covenant College and author of Teaching Redemptively: Bringing Grace and Truth into your Classroom. Dr. Graham is a teacher, counselor, and spiritual guide for those who seek to vibrantly live out their Christian faith in all dimensions of their work.
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Charlotte Mason Archives
The digital platform for the Charlotte Mason archives was opened in October 2010. Images and documents until Mason's death in 1923 are included. Later documents, post 1923, will be added later. The link to access the archives is: http://www.redeemer.ca/charlotte-mason. Dr. Jack Beckman, Associate Professor of Education at Covenant College, has been involved in this project.
Updated: November 6, 2012
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