October 2016 Convention

​​Education as Preparation for Cultural Excellence

Join us on October 6-7, 2016 in Lynden, Washington  with Andy Crouch as we explore culture as it relates to education.
In addition to our engaging and thought-provoking keynote speaker, we also will have workshops, hands-on sessions, feature speakers, time to work through new curriculum, and some feature films! 
InspirED is an annual convention that serves approximately 1200 Christian school educators from BC and Washington representing a wide variety of school, denominational, ethnic and cultural backgrounds.  We all share a common Biblical vision of educating children in the light of Scripture.
Find the booklet here.

Schedule

Keynote Speaker

​​Click here to find out the schedule for this year's inspiring Convention!
This year's keynote speaker is Andy Crouch who will be delivering two keynote addresses along with some workshops.  Find out more here!
Schedule
Keynote Speaker

Convention Details 

Workshop Presenters

Check out the key aspects of InspirED 2016.  Workshops, EdCamp, Featured Speakers, and Featured Films.  There is something for everyone!  
Do you have something to share?  We are looking for both practical and kinaesthetic-based teaching practices workshops (Hands-On) as well as other workshops
exploring meaningful teaching pedagogies
and practices. Apply below for 2017!
Convention Booklet
Ed Camp
Workshop Presenters
Hands-on Presenters
Featured Speakers
Featured Films
Presenter Information

Food

Exhibitors

Food at InspirED 2016 is provided by the following:

Snacks: Jill Mc Kee and LCS Home Economics classes

Lunch: Rose Degroot of Fairway Cafe

             (1726 Front St Lynden, WA)

Are you an exhibitor wishing to connect with 1000+ educators from Northwest Washington and from all over British Columbia?  Consider booking a table with us at our Convention! Click below for more information.
Exhibitors

InspirED 2017

Join us October 5-6, 2017 for a joint InspirED (CTABC & NWCSI) and ACSI Convention at Pacific Academy in Surrey, BC. 

Keynote speaker: James K.A. Smith