Study Guide for Works of Literature

Contributor: Byron Dueck | File type : Teaching Material

This study guide outlines steps in the process of studying and reporting on a work of literature, particularly a novel. Page 2 provides a selection of titles with which such a study guide might be use... Read More

Organizational Systems for Teachers

Contributor: James A Goering II | File type : Blog Post

Teaching is a stressful job. Teachers must prepare classes, grade student work, plan special activities, and deal with relationship issues. You have so much to do and so much to remember that you in... Read More

Why You Need a Bluetooth Earpiece

Contributor: Austin Shenk | File type : Blog Post

As a 20-year-old, I had a burning desire to be a missionary pilot.  But I didn't look forward to just one thing about the job.  I didn't like the need for continual education. So after a failed ... Read More

2018 Survey Results: Useful Tools

Contributor: Lucas Hilty | File type : Article

In this post, we continue digesting the input from the 85 Anabaptist educators who filled out our survey. For Part 1 of the results, which includes demographic profiles of respondents and the types... Read More

When You Can’t Read, Maybe You Can Listen

Contributor: Peter Goertzen | File type : Blog Post

Reading is essential for expanding knowledge, but it requires dedicated time that can be hard to set aside. Audio recordings give us opportunities to learn while we do other things, such as drivin... Read More

Raising Children Who Love to Read

Contributor: Shari Zook | File type : Blog Post

When my son was four years old, he read his first chapter book alone: Squanto, Friend of the Pilgrims. I did not know how much of it he could understand, but when the ending made him feel sad, I t... Read More