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Getting around the Chalkboard: Digital Graphing Tools for Better Student Interaction

Contributor: Jason Beachy | Length : 6 | File type : Video

If you teach algebra using the Cartesian plane method, your students are familiar with graphing paper. That is perfect for work at their desk, but how can you practice and check work together as a cla... Read More

Spot Checks, Hooks, and Sweet Rewards: Ideas for Elementary Math

Contributor: Betty Yoder | File type : Blog Post

Recently as I recounted several math ideas I find beneficial in the classroom, I thought perhaps sharing them could inspire another teacher.  After all, don’t we regularly beg, borrow, and steal id... Read More

This Teachable Moment: Current Events as Opportunities in the Classroom

Contributor: Melvin Lehman | Length : 12 | File type : Video

What's in the news? What does it have to do with math, Bible, or history class? Melvin encourages teachers to consider the ways that current events might contribute to their goals for their students. ... Read More

To Lack Nothing: Why Practice and Teach Spiritual Disciplines?

Contributor: Arlyn Nisly | Length : 5 | File type : Video

Prayer, reading the Bible, fasting, singing: We know these are good things, but how can we stay motivated to do them? How do we teach them to our students when the results often aren't obvious? Arlyn ... Read More

The Math They See, the Math They Use: Demonstrating Concepts with Math Manipulatives

Contributor: Piper Burdge | Length : 16 | File type : Video

In math, we expect students to memorize steps and learn processes with the hope that they will understand the concepts as they use them. But this last step—understanding—often never happens, say P... Read More

Anatomy of a Research Project

Contributor: Jason Beachy | File type : Curricular

These guidelines describe an annual science or history fair for Grades 4-12. Each grade has a general topic (science, history, Bible, etc). Projects include a research report, an oral report (typica... Read More

Research Fair Grading Form

Contributor: Jason Beachy | File type : Curricular

Use this rubric to grade students' oral reports and exhibits at science or history fairs.Download this document or read it below.... Read More

The Exciting Journey: Guiding Your Class to Successful Reading

Contributor: Ruth Anna Kuhns | Length : 12 | File type : Video

View or download on Vimeo Learning to read: everyone is expected to do it, but it won't happen automatically. For some students, it will be far from easy. In this session, learn the principles of p... Read More

REACH 2015

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REACH 2015 was a gathering of workers in Christ’s Kingdom. Farmers, businessmen, and young men and women shared with and heard from missionaries, aid workers, school teachers, counselors, teachers... Read More

Avoiding Overload and Burnout (Arthur Nisly)

Contributor: Arthur Nisly | Length : 43 | File type : Audio

After describing what overload and burnout looks like, this presentation discusses and looks at solutions to common external and internal causes, wrestling with what it means to have appropriate balan... Read More