Bruce R. Young
Professor of Education
On faculty since 2004
Ed.D., University of San Francisco
M.A., Holy Names University
B.A., Covenant College
City College of San Francisco
My research interests concern the biblical integration of curriculum as well as math and science education, particularly from a Christian perspective. I am interested in exploring the use of technology in relation to instructional strategies.
My wife and I have eight children ranging in age from 34 years to nine years old. Our seventh child has Down Syndrome. Having a child with special needs has been both a blessing and a challenge. I'm interested, along with my wife, in learning more about educating children with special needs.
In my free time, in addition to researching issues related to education, I write music and play guitar.
I have served on the Curriculum Committee for three years. The last two years I have served as the committee chair. I was the first sponsor of the Hip Hop Club at Covenant, started by my daughter in 2004. In the 2008-09 school year I will be co-sponsoring the Education Club.
- National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
- Oobleck: A constructivist science lesson from a Christian perspective. Teaching With Compassion, Competence, Commitment, 2(1), 47-53. (2008).
- The Mathematics Classroom as a Place of Worship, Workshop for ACSI Convention, Birmingham, (2008).
- Science on a Budget, Workshop for ACSI Convention, Birmingham, (2007).
- "The Collaborative Community: A Model for Christian Schooling" In Schools As Communities, edited by James Drexler, Colorado Springs: Purposeful Designs. (2007).
Spring 2014 Courses
EDU215 Technology for Educators
EDU222 Educational Psychology