You must communicate as a teacher, but is your communication clear? Clear communication involves understanding your audience and building on what your audience already knows.
Some people can say in 5 minutes what other people say in 15 minutes. Enough said.
Often if you stop and really listen, you can hear more than you might first guess. Listening to students, parents, and co-teachers is important and must be done with wisdom.
Contributor: Kendra Martin | File type : Blog Post
Communication can make or break your school year. From the onset, you want to be intentional on communicating your expectations to your students and patrons as well as hearing their expectations, ... Read More
Contributor: John Coblentz | Length : 48 | File type : Audio
Technology has given us many blessings in life. However, what are some of the negative consequences in this digital age?
Contributor: Aaron Derstine | Length : 45 | File type : Audio
Team rules decree that the board, parents, and teachers are on the same team. Will they be able to perform together?
Contributor: Shari Zook | File type : Blog Post
What parents want most from teachers. Hm. Is this even a thing?
Isn’t this like asking what a woman wants in a man? (The correct answer is: Which woman?)
Some parents like a relaxed classroom,... Read More
Contributor: Peter Goertzen | File type : Blog Post
Stimulating, productive discussions are among the most rewarding classroom experiences for both teachers and students. But making them happen can be challenging. I’m not sure which is worse: the... Read More
Contributor: Jon Stoltzfus | Length : 49 | File type : Audio
Presenting your ministry to the public is an important part of your ministry. Whether through newsletters, brochures, or presentations, it is important to share information that is up to date and accu... Read More
Contributor: Wesley King | Length : 46 | File type : Audio
Mission boards, school boards, and ministry boards sit in meetings and make decisions. Is that all they do? Have they completed their responsibility when the meeting has adjourned? The board must prov... Read More