ICR Science Curriculum Debuts at Education Conferences


The Institute for Creation Research unveiled its new Science Education Essentials curriculum at Christian school and homeschool conventions across the United States this past fall. ICR participates in numerous education events, both through keynote and seminar presentations and with innovative new resources like its new line of curriculum supplements.

For 40 years, the Institute for Creation Research has equipped teachers with evidence of the accuracy and authority of Scripture. In keeping with this mission, ICR developed Science Education Essentials, a series of science teaching supplements that exemplifies what ICR does best—providing solid answers for the tough questions teachers face about science and origins.

This series promotes a biblical worldview by presenting conceptual knowledge and comprehension of the science that supports creation. The supplements help teachers approach the content and Bible with ease and with the authority needed to help their students build a defense for Genesis 1-11.

Each teaching module has been pilot tested with Christian school and homeschool teachers and students working with ICR’s science and education faculty. Modules include:

  • The Origin of Life
  • The Structure of Matter
  • Human Heredity
  • Genetic Diversity
  • Geologic Processes

Each supplement includes a teacher's manual and a CD-ROM packed with K-12 reproducible classroom activities designed to work within your school’s existing science curriculum, with an uncompromising foundation of creation-based science instruction.

Science Education Essentials has been presented to thousands of teachers, administrators, and homeschool families in Sacramento, Anaheim, Washington DC, Orlando, Raleigh, and Dallas, with more conventions scheduled this year.

Cite this article: 2011. ICR Science Curriculum Debuts at Education Conferences. Acts & Facts. 40 (1): 18.


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