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Held each August, Teachers Week provides an opportunity for new and experienced teachers to participate in workshops and breakouts designed to increase their effectiveness in the classroom. OVERVIEW Teachers Week includes content for new and experienced teachers. Content-focused workshops and breakouts discuss history, science, math, literature, spelling, Bible, and more. Teachers Week check-in begins at 6:00 PM on Monday, July… READ MORE
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Now on The Dock0Audio and Video0Documents Browse school leader talks Browse admin documents Browse teacher talks Browse teaching material Recently added Agenda, Rotation, Schedule, and Dates to Know3 hours agoBoard and Administrator Roles3 hours agoBoard Binder Tabs3 hours agoTidings of Peace Christian School By-Laws3 hours agoTOP Parent and Student Handbook3 hours agoTOP Staff Manual 20183 hours agoI Know My Verses!I… READ MORE
Current Monthjanuary 2020Winter Term at Faith BuildersFaith Builders Educational Programs28527 Guys Mills Rd, Guys Mills, PA 16327 06jan(jan 6)7:00 PM07feb(feb 7)5:00 PMWinter Term at Faith Builders(january 6) 7:00 PM – (february 7) 5:00 PM EST Faith Builders Educational Programs Event Organized By: FBEP Administrators’ Conference and Retreat 2020Antiochian Village Conference140 Church Camp Trail – Bolivar, PA 15923 30jan01febAdministrators’ Conference and… READ MORE
What is teaching, and who can do it? Orval outlines the gifts and characteristics that enable a teacher to train students. The last part of the message is a series of responses from small groups that discussed the focus questions for the topic. Courtesy FBEP.
If you are a teacher, do not be surprised if someday you find yourself teaching in the context of a different culture. Maybe it will be in Mexico where termites come out of the wall to nibble into your history book… or maybe it will be in Eastern Europe, where you shovel coal into your little furnace to keep warm… READ MORE