Contributor: Howard Lichty | Length : 11 | File type : Video
Transitions of leadership are always difficult. But do they have to be as disruptive and stressful as they often are? How can an outgoing administrator effectively pass on his knowledge to a new admin... Read More
Contributor: Jonathan Erb | Length : 7 | File type : Video
Dysfunctional homes directly impact schools. While some situations cause only minor annoyances, others hinder the student's and the school's ability to function, and thus demand more significant inter... Read More
Contributor: Philip Horst | Length : 16 | File type : Video
Meetings draw on the strengths of each person to accomplish a shared agenda. But a poorly planned meeting can easily waste more time and energy than it redeems. In this video, Philip Horst outlines so... Read More
Contributor: Jonathan Erb | Length : 30 | File type : Video
In school and at home, children encounter so many influences. Which ones are important? Jonathan urges us to take seriously the influences we place on our children. Each teacher in our school is curri... Read More
Contributor: Jonas Sauder | Length : 33 | File type : Video
The call of the school: Connecting the heart of the subject, the student, and the teacher.
How can teachers as artists stimulate growth in their pupils as they engage God's world together through any... Read More
Contributor: Patrick Heatwole | Length : 15 | File type : Video
COVID will change your classroom, your students, and your teaching experience this year--and not just with more masks, social distancing, and handwashing. Students have been hearing opinions about the... Read More
Contributor: Anthony Hurst | Length : 48 | File type : Audio
What do parents expect of their children's teacher? What does the board want? How does the church see your role? Anthony encourages us to place the vocation of teaching in its context within the commu... Read More
Contributor: Matt Peachey | Length : 39 | File type : Audio
If parents are responsible to train their children, what are they doing in schools? Matthew examines the school's role in serving the goals of godly parents.
Contributor: Matt Peachey | Length : 40 | File type : Audio
Does your school develop students who love their local church? In the classroom, your students can polish their ideas for perfecting congregational practice, but they won't thrive until they embrace t... Read More
Contributor: Matt Peachey | Length : 48 | File type : Audio
If the gospel is our chief concern, why worry about academics? Matthew calls for schools that seek excellence in everything they do as a part of obeying the gospel.