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SDC Makes an IMPACT

Our Hawks served at 16 different locations in Santee and San Diego county during our spring IMPACT day of serving, March 28. At SDC, we are passionate about developing programs that advance local and global involvement. We are committed to...

Student-Athlete Earns 2018 Valedictorian

The academic division is proud to announce that Aileena Moreno has earned the honor of representing the graduating class of 2018 as the Valedictorian. She has the highest GPA of all the graduating students for the 2017-2018 academic year. Aileena is a student-athlete...

SDC Team to Travel to Cusco, Peru

This summer, SDC's Volunteers Around the World chapter will be partnering with local physicians and indigenous missionaries in Cusco, Peru, providing resources, support, and encouragement as they work together to impact the world for Christ. Some ministry projects of...

Jazmine Bradley Named NAIA Scholar-Athlete

Congratulations to SDC Women's Basketball player Jazmine Bradley who was named a 2017-18 NAIA Division 1 Scholar-Athlete! In order to be nominated by an institution’s head coach or sports information director, a student-athlete must maintain a minimum grade point...

College For A Weekend

On February 15-17 our Admissions Office hosted 26 prospective students and their families for its second College for a Weekend event of the year. Students stayed in our resident apartments, cheered on our guys at the Mr. Hawk show, ate in the cafeteria, worshipped...

GSAC Champions of Character

Two of our very own Hawks were recognized at a Golden State Athletic Conference (GSAC) Awards Banquet last night, Sunday, February 25. Maritza Martinez from Women's Softball and Aaron Ruth from Men's Soccer were awarded the Cliff Hamlow Champion of Character Award!...

SDC Professor Helps Implement Unmanned Aircraft Systems Pilots Code

Recently, SDC's Director of Aviation, Dr. John Marselus, helped implement the Unmanned Aircraft Systems Pilots Code (UASPC) in an effort to address safety concerns arising from the widespread use of small unmanned aircraft. The Aviators Code Initiative and the...

FIRST GRADUATING CLASS OF MASTER OF SCIENCE IN LEADERSHIP

SDC is proud to announce the upcoming graduation of the first class of the Master of Science in Leadership (MSL). These students have worked diligently for two years, and we are excited to celebrate the MSL Class of 2018. The goal of this MSL program is to provide...

MLK Day – a day “on”

"Life's most persistent and urgent question is: what are you willing to do for others?" - Martin Luther King, Jr Monday, January 15 is a day off for SDC in recognition of the life of Martin Luther King, Jr. You can choose to make it a "day on" and serve our community....

 

 

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U.S. News names SDC a best college

San Diego Christian College is thrilled to announce that we have been named one of America’s best colleges, advancing 4 spots from last year to #11 in the “Best Regional Colleges West” category of U.S. News and World Report’s Best Colleges 2018 rankings, released...

Master’s Vlog #20 – Diversity and Classism Quiz and Bringing Cultural Discussions to the Classroom

In Master’s Vlog #20 I begin my second class from San Diego Christian College online: ED 602: Community Partnerships in Multicultural Education. I respond in real-time to a previous post made by my colleague online about how to celebrate diversity and holidays without...

Master’s Degree Vlog 19 – Teaching Classroom Diversity Beyond Food and Festivals

This week in our ED602 course, we watched an extended webinar about how to feature stories about students in the classroom. Multiple professionals in education participated and presented research over decades of progress in improving school performance and embracing...

Master’s Vlog #18: Summarizing My Ethics Course and Previewing Multicultural education Class

In my closeout Vlog for course 1 of my Master’s Degree of Arts in Teaching program at San Diego Christian College, I recap my learning from ED 601: Ethical Dispositions and Decision Making in Classroom Leadership. I summarize some of the ways that I am developing as a...

Master’s Vlog #17 Encouraging Students, Showing Passion for Interests, and Motivating Participation

In Master’s Vlog #17 following my Master’s Degree of Arts in Teaching program at San Diego Christian College, I discuss how my reading and research motivate dme to connect with my students in a  new way. I also explore the benefit of Socratic seminars. I took...

Master’s Vlog #16: Collaboration with Colleagues Creates Fresh Plans in the Classroom

In my Master’s Vlog #16, my investment in research, reflection and ethics paid off when I was given the chance to share my learning with my colleagues. This week we had professional development time at school. Teachers in my school’s Social Studies Department grouped...

Master’s Vlog #15 – Encouraging Exploration and Inquiry from Degree to Daily Class Time

In Master’s Degree Vlog #15, I discuss the inspiration from the Master’s of Arts Degree in teaching from San Diego Christian college. The weekly discussions that we have and the research we are conducting into the field of education have inspired me to explore themes...

Master’s Vlog #14: Boundaries and Ethics of Teacher-Student Relationships

In Master’s Degree Vlog #14, take a look at my second ethical analysis assignment on the subject of boundaries within teacher-student relationships. The nature of interaction between students and teachers is as important now as it has ever been. I find that positive...

Master’s Vlog #13: Considering Individual Student Interaction at San Diego Christian College

In Master’s Vlog #13 I reflect from a paragraph in our Ethics of Teaching (Strike, 2009) textbook which caused me to pause, reflect, and share ways that I and (can?) incorporate my learning from my Master’s of Arts in teaching Degree Program from San Diego Christian...

Master’s Vlog #12: Building Rapport, and My First Project Grade at San Diego Christian College

In my Master’s Vlog #12, I discuss the developing rapport and support of my classmates through continued conversations in our online discussion boards. Rapport is building between students, and you can sense the development of relationship and support that is supplied...

Master’s Vlog #11: Inspiring Online Classmates to Find Solutions at San Diego Christian College

In my Master’s Vlog #11, I talk about inspiration to seize the moments of personal development when they arise in my classroom. I had the chance to develop the idea that was presented in my research on being a lifelong learner. We can be the examples for our students....

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