The Curious Ones

Contributor: Dorcas Peight | File type : Blog Post

Albert Einstein said, “Education is what remains after one has forgotten what one has learned in school.” Clearly, Einstein had a good education; he was considered to be the most influential p... Read More

Feeding the Multitudes (Beatrice King)

Contributor: Beatrice King | Length : 37 | File type : Audio

Miracles happen when we know the Father of the five loaves and two fishes. In this presentation, Beatrice King talks about ways to serve loaves and fishes that bring glory to the Father. As He blesses... Read More

Educating for the Kingdom: Creativity (Jeremy Sauder)

Contributor: Jeremy Sauder | Length : 39 | File type : Audio

Schools run better on efficiency. But is the efficiency to benefit the teacher or the student? Teachers that use a variety of methods creatively reach more effectively the different students in a cl... Read More

Three Connecting Toys

Contributor: Shari Zook | File type : Blog Post

Children love building, from their first wobbly stack of blocks all the way up to 3D puzzles and erector sets. Building is intensely satisfying. Connecting small pieces into a cohesive whole grows... Read More

Spicing It Up (Ken Kauffman)

Contributor: Ken Kauffman | Length : 60 | File type : Audio

What are the essential “spices” that inspire and energize students and their learning? There’s no magic formula but this recording discusses some principles and ideas that can enliven your classro... Read More

Opportune Moments

Contributor: Betty Yoder | File type : Blog Post

  I consider structure and thoughtful planning to be important parts of a positive school day, but, as I discovered again today, sometimes an unexpected, impromptu discussion is far superior to my... Read More

Encouraging Student Creativity

Contributor: Anthony Hurst | Length : 57 | File type : Audio

Anthony delves into the value of creative expression, and ways teachers can foster each student's expressive development. Courtesy FBEP.