purpose of Creation Education Resources
is to provide a variety of educational resources
to both the sectarian and nonsectarian public regarding the
Science of Creation and Biblical Creation.
mission at Creation Education Resources
is to provide you with educational resources and experiences
and to enhance the knowledge of the science of origins within
the public and educational communities.
primary objective is to increase knowledge of the science
of origins through seminars, workshops, resources, etc. To
achieve this goal, we will:
educational opportunities to the general public, churches,
educational communities, etc.
any mass media available.
and develop resources for teachers, researchers, students,
and the general public.
CER provides speakers
to churches, civic groups, schools, and school groups. Richard
Overman, CER President,
is the primary speaker. He has been a creationist speaker
since 1992 and has spoken to numerous churches, schools, home
schools, and other groups. With a bachelor's degree in Mechanical
Engineering and a master's degree in Science Education from
the Institute for Creation Research, he is very well qualified.
Richard is giving a seminar, Ginger Overman often provides
a children's workshop for grades 1ĘC6. Seminars and workshops
range from 1ĘC8 hours and cover the following topics:
The age of the earth, worldwide flood, the fossil record,
cavemen, the eruption of Mount St. Helens, races of people,
dinosaurs, and why creation is important.
CER supports various types of educational
groups such as public schools, private schools, and homeschool
groups. The main focus of the support is to Christian public
school teachers. CER
offers teachers' workshops, research support, and in-classroom
presentations. CER provides
classes for homeschool groups on science and origins, as well
as participating in homeschool fairs.
To better understand
the issues and needs of the educational community and to lay
theoretical foundations for teaching origins,
engages in various research projects. One project is
a study that CER performed
with the Institute for Creation Research. The project
studied the beliefs of science teachers to see if there was
a relationship between their creation/evolution beliefs and
their moral views. CER
is continuing to research these issues, as well as
other educational issues.