Dyslexia: Recognizing and Addressing the Needs of Your Students

Contributor: Robert Heatwole | Length : 40 | File type : Audio

It seems there is something comforting about naming a problem. A doctor's diagnosis is somewhat consoling, even if the remedy may be difficult. Of course the best is when the doctor can prescribe a fe... Read More

Pray For Your School

Contributor: Michael S Martin | Length : 41 | File type : Audio

We agonize over how to help teachers. We spend hours at board meetings discussing “slow” students. We wonder how to help the children from stressful home situations. We long to recover innocence in ... Read More

Positive Habits of School Leaders’ Wives

Contributor: Carolyn Schrock | Length : 26 | File type : Audio

It is said that "Behind every good man is a good woman." How can wives support their serving husbands and the cause for which their husbands work?

The New Teacher: Finding, Developing, Evaluating

Contributor: Carson Baer | Length : 46 | File type : Audio

Have you ever felt clueless and bewildered when needing a teacher, or when needing to evaluate or develop the one you have? Come to this workshop for ideas and discussion about these perennial issues.... Read More

Teaching is Bigger Than I Am: Facing Inadequacy and Maintaining Vision

Contributor: Steve Kaufman | Length : 6

Are you strong enough to teach? Steve has been in the classroom for more than 16 years. Teaching, he says, is too big a job for anyone. What do you do with the reality of your inadequacy? Listen to... Read More

New Teachers Presources

Contributor: Jonah Avina | Length : 46 | File type : Audio

Before too long, exuberant ideals morph into real needs: information, inspiration, ideas, wisdom, and support. Where are they when you need them? Get them before you’ve run empty, and in this worksho... Read More

Ministering to Your Neighbors

Contributor: Lois Reed | Length : 37 | File type : Audio

Jesus said, “Love your neighbor as yourself”. How do we flesh this out in a world of “me-ism”?  To whom do you minister? What does it mean to “show mercy”? Or the flip side, when we are the nei... Read More

The Annual Audit

Contributor: Dennis Yoder | Length : 49 | File type : Audio

Something about the word “audit” strikes fear in our hearts. Proper planning goes a long way in turning an audit into a helpful learning experience rather than a dreaded time of questioning. If your... Read More

Dealing with Dysfunctional Homes by Jonathan Erb

Contributor: Jonathan Erb | Length : 42 | File type : Audio

Some home situations lead to annoyance. Some lead to a breakdown of the student's ability to function at school. Jonathan leads a discussion on school's response to this range of issues.

Resources and Ideas for the Special Ed Classroom

Contributor: Becky Sue Kreider | File type : Curricular

In part one, Becky lists a series of tools and techniques that you may find helpful in teaching children with learning disabilities. In part two, she adds curricula and activities from a number of pub... Read More