Dr Lindsay Graieg, a secondary English teacher, shares how he uses movies and text to help students identify deeper worldview stories. Lindsay’s unique insight into education is informed by his work in academia while being grounded as a classroom teacher. In an informative and wide-ranging conversation, Lindsay invites us to question the impact of fragmentation, the myth of progress and the focus of Year 12 achievement and invites us to reimagine. At the end of the podcast, Lindsay invites educators to remember the astounding impact and profound influence we have as teachers. This episode is for you if you have ever wondered:
- What are the four worldview questions that can help unlock the deeper assumptions of any text?
- Why is the phrase ‘Integration of faith and learning’ problematic?
- Is there a difference between Christian Schooling and Christian Education?
- Why is worldview important?
Things mentioned in this podcast
- Bartholomew, C. G., & Goheen, M. W. (2004). The drama of Scripture: finding our place in the biblical story. Grand Rapids, Mich: Baker Academic.
- Goheen, M. W., & Bartholomew, C. G. (2008). Living at the crossroads: An introduction to Christian worldview. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Baker Academic
- Taylor, C. (2004). Modern social imaginaries. Durham: Duke University Press.
- Wright, N. T. (2013). Paul and the faithfulness of God Part 2. Minneapolis: Fortress Press. (Chapter 8, Five Signposts to the Apostolic Mindset discusses the worldview questions Lindsay references)
- The Martian (2015)
- Jojo Rabbit (2019)
- Searching for Sugarman (2012)
- The Queen of Versailles (2012)
- The Age of Stupid (2009)
- Herman Bavinck
- Geoff Beech - Integrality
- Herman Dooyeweerd
- Michael Goheen
- Abraham Kuyper
- David Smith
- James K. A. Smith
- Brian Walsh
- NT Wright