Curious Cultures

Contributor: Ryan Schrock | Length : 40 | File type : Audio

In brief sessions, speakers introduce the cultures of the Kazakhs, Spanish, Americans, and Mursi.

Teaching Geography

Contributor: Jim Morrison | Length : 41 | File type : Audio

The world as we know it is huge and there is much geography to be learned. What are the important parts of the world to know about? What good is geography to us anyway?

Developing a High School Scope And Sequence by Kevin Graber

Contributor: Kevin Graber | Length : 45 | File type : Audio

How do schools enhance their high school programs? How do schools without high school plan to implement Grades 9-12? Kevin, a high school teacher, leads a discussion on effective traditional and non-t... Read More

Now They Know: Why and How to Differentiate Instruction

Contributor: Brian J Martin | Length : 5 | File type : Video

What do you do when some of your students master material, but some don't? Do you keep plowing through the textbook, frustrating those who didn't understand the previous material? Or do you re-teach... Read More

Priorities for High School: Making Electives Manageable

Contributor: Howard Lichty | Length : 10 | File type : Video

During Howard Lichty's time as administrator, Countryside Christian School extended its high school program through grade 12. Part of the appeal of this program, Howard believes, is the flexibility ... Read More

Priorities for High School: Focus on the Core

Contributor: Douglas Groff | Length : 4 | File type : Video

A diverse high school program is a common dream for administrators, says Doug. He counsels schools, however, to be careful not to overreach staff capacities. Instead, schools can best serve students... Read More