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: Mahlon Zehr | Length : 46 | File type : Audio
Mutual respect and consistent structure are faltering in our schools. With todays emphasis on creativity and individuality, have we lost the benefits of firm structure and required respect?
Contributor: Regina Martin | File type : Document
How does the class know it's time to move on to a new subject? What does a student do when she's finished with her work? This document outlines procedures and resources Regina uses in managing Grades ... Read More
Contributor: Sheldon Kauffman | Length : 7 | File type : Audio
Is your classroom a place of peace?
Peaceful classrooms allow children to learn, says Sheldon. Even those with learning disabilities benefit from structure, order, and grace. In this excerpt from a... Read More
Contributor: Jonathan Miller | File type : Curricular
This document provides an overview of a classroom economic system, including expenses, income, job application form, and more.
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Contributor: Sheldon Kauffman | Length : 57 | File type : Audio
Peace is something that we all desire around us. How can we spread peace around us in the everyday routines of our classrooms?
Contributor: Howard Bean | Length : 62 | File type : Audio
Across the country, discipline problems are the number one reason for teachers leaving the classroom. What are some ways to prevent discipline problems? How can a teacher give effective, corrective di... Read More
Contributor: Janet Vance | Length : 69 | File type : Audio
How is a successful individualized classroom run? Learn from Janet Vance, a teacher for 40 plus years, as she shares the ways the Lord has helped her succeed in teaching.
Contributor: Rhoda Weber | Length : 5 | File type : Video
If you expect your students to learn, you'll need to enlist their hands, eyes, and feet. Rhoda demonstrates how she uses proper posture to keep her students' attention, and calls each student to give ... Read More
Contributor: Aaron Derstine | Length : 45 | File type : Audio
Discipline is ultimately a liberating exercise. Students need help liberating themselves from the lack of discipline and from frivolous activities. Discipline incubates wisdom.