We believe that the heart of Christian education is the Christian teacher and that these teachers may achieve their full potential when they are able to integrate Christian character(1) with Christ-centered educational practices(2). This integration of faith and practice requires committed training.

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ACSI Europe provides on-line professional development courses using a Moodle platform. Join our Personalized, Professional, Dynamic, Online Learning Community and learn with other Christian teachers from around the world on your own schedule! All courses use the latest methods of online instruction with peer collaboration and self-assessment, which help each participant fully engage with the concepts and teaching methods.

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Course availability is dependent on the number of participants.
Courses are delivered through our Moodle platform at: moodle.acsieurope.org

ACSI Europe offers an online course for teachers to develop international collaborative projects for their students with the following goals:

  • Providing International collaboration opportunities at teacher and student levels
  • Helping teachers develop meaningful biblical integration in their school subject areas
  • Guiding teachers in the design of effective projects for Project Based Learning
  • Facilitating teacher investment in their students' 21st Century Learning Skills (collaboration, critical thinking, creativity and communication) through a biblical lens


On-site and Blended Professional Development Options

Member schools receive priority consideration for teacher training seminars and professional teacher development with ACSI personnel. We recommend a blended learning(3) environment or coordination with other schools in your area to increase the sustainability and impact of training sessions. ACSI consultants will prioritize their availability for schools that work together for a regional professional development activity.

Teacher in-service training for specific needs can also be made available to your school upon request. Our list of professional development topics include:

  • Biblical Integration Strategies
  • Mentoring programs and methods
  • Discipline and classroom management
  • Distinctives of Christian school education
  • Curriculum development
  • Collaborative teaching and learning
  • Assessment strategies for learning
  • Developing a Student Leadership program
  • Quality teacher supervision and teacher coaching
  • Effective teaching methods for the 21st Century student
  • How to formulate and implement a Christian philosophy of education
  • Christian school management
  • Board relations, policies and responsibilities


Please contact us by phone or E-mail to request a visit from us for your teacher training needs.

Conferences and Events

The ACSI Europe office hosts Events for Christian school leaders and teachers in our region. The International Educational Leadership Conference takes place every 2 years while regional school leadership events are available in the opposing years.

Conferences for school leaders highlight themes such as “Implementing a Christian Philosophy of Education”, “Leading from the Heart”, and “Developing Professional Learning Communities”. Teacher conference themes and workshop topics may include “Strategies for Biblical Integration”, “Teaching to Heart and Mind”, “Teaching with a Mentor's Heart” and many more.

A Student Leadership Conference is also available for all member schools and the International ACSI schools and addresses concepts of Christian leadership for over 300 students each year.


(1) Christian character might be defined as the deep connection between correct beliefs about God and the disposition and attitudes that flow from our lives in every situation and relationship.

(2) Christ-centered educational practice reflects the value of the student as well as the value of the curriculum with a clear perspective that "all truth is God's truth". Every aspect of school life and learning should point the student toward God's love and truth and inspire a calling to His service. These things happen usually because of the relationships that develop between the students and the teacher.

(3) Blended learning is an integrated learning experience in which a student learns at least in part through online learning, with some element of student control over time, place, path, and/or pace. You can read a good description at www.blendedlearning.org