Contributor: Matt Derstine | Length : 48 | File type : Audio
It has been said that you can see what happened better than what is going to happen; however, are we truly learning from the faults and victories of the past?
Contributor: Jay Martin | Length : 60 | File type : Audio
Some poets, being dead, yet speak . . . because we are still listening. Why do we still like to hear and quote poets like Frost, Watts, Whittier, and Shakespearewhat did they more than others? Wel... Read More
Contributor: Anna Zehr | File type : Curricular
Anna shares the form she uses to capture students' evaluations of themselves and their seat partners.
Cover Letter for Parents
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Contributor: Brian J Martin | File type : Article
This paper was written as an assignment for a graduate class in education. Brian synthesizes the work of other authors and focuses on three aspects of professional development:
WHO can lead in su... Read More
Contributor: John Mark Kuhns | File type : Blog Post
Last summer, I had the privilege of working at my father’s business just as he was starting to put significant effort into implementing an approach called “lean manufacturing.” As its name sug... Read More
Contributor: Betty Yoder | File type : Document
In a 25-page handout developed for new teacher orientation, Betty Yoder discusses essentials, including discipline plans, schedules, and planning recesses and recreation.
From the contributor: "A num... Read More
Contributor: Milo Zehr | Length : 63 | File type : Audio
Milo outlines the vision for Christian teaching: to disciple others to live biblical Christianity. Milo describes this in the context of the teacher apprenticing program at Faith Builders.
Cour... Read More
Contributor: Brandon Mullet | Length : 55 | File type : Audio
Reminding students of Howard Hendricks' statement that mere experience without evaluation does not ensure our growth as teachers, Brandon leads us through a checklist for assessing areas of strength a... Read More