Contributor: Keith Brubacher | Length : 4 | File type : Video
Could your students benefit from more variety in spelling review? Keith shares a spelling review technique that invites students to misspell purposely—only so that their classmates can correct them.... 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: David Miller | Length : 2 | File type : Video
If your school uses self-paced instruction, self-checking can help students and teachers. Students can identify and correct their own errors and the teacher saves time. But how do you help students ma... Read More
Contributor: Janita Guevara | Length : 5 | File type : Video
Are your students tired of writing class? Are you? Janita's students found composition class tough and uninspiring until she introduced them to journaling. Janita describes the range of projects that ... Read More
Contributor: Matt Peachey | Length : 3 | File type : Audio
If the purpose of your school is to bring people to Christ, why worry about academics? Matt challenges this view, and calls us to see Christian education as excellent education.
This excerpt wa... Read More
Contributor: Shawn Stoner | Length : 7 | File type : Video
How many of your students talked during your last class discussion? Too often, only a few students engage with the discussion, says Shawn. How can we make class discussions more meaningful? Shawn shar... Read More
Contributor: Colin Martin | Length : 6 | File type : Video
What's a tariff? Why should your students care?
Several years ago, says Colin, his students would have learned the definition of this term and moved on without understanding its importance. But bec... Read More
Contributor: Ed Gish | Length : 3 | File type : Audio
Teachers do more than fill a spot, or impart information: their hands become the guides for the hands of their students.
This excerpt was taken from a longer talk, Teacher, Curriculum, Facility... Read More
Contributor: Rolin Martin | Length : 9 | File type : Video
You can teach math in two ways, notes Rolin. Math can be presented as a series of rules that produce reliable results, or as a set of concepts that explain much about the world.
Much of our math te... Read More
Contributor: Austin Shenk | Length : 3 | File type : Video
Why should you love teaching history?
Austin explains the delight of guiding students through the darkness and brilliance of the past. He recommends two trade books that fit into American history c... Read More