Contributor: Shari Zook | File type : Blog Post
On a quest to hear from young people and understand our Christian schools’ strengths and weaknesses, I recently conducted a survey of youth in Mennonite high schools, asking them what they would... Read More
Contributor: Edsel Burdge | Length : 49 | File type : Audio
What are the theological and spiritual foundations for peace?
Contributor: Edsel Burdge | Length : 54 | File type : Audio
We all want peace in ourselves and in others around us. How can we nuture attitudes and practices for peace?
Contributor: Sheldon Kauffman | Length : 57 | File type : Audio
Peace is something that we all desire around us. How can we spread peace around us in the everyday routines of our classrooms?
Contributor: Arlene Birt | File type : Blog Post
“Forty-one students? How do you expect me to teach 41?” complained the first-grade teacher in her students’ hearing.
How did this make them feel? Some children felt unwanted, and ma... Read More
Contributor: Travis Zook | Length : 39 | File type : Audio
Teaching, at its core, is built on service. These four areas are vital to serve successfully in the classroom: Who are you? Who are you serving? How will you be serving? What keeps you serving? The fi... Read More
Contributor: Joel Schrock | Length : 31 | File type : Audio
How does teaching combine with the rest of life?
Contributor: Victor Ebersole | Length : 8 | File type : Video
When you sit down to discuss a child's progress at a parent-teacher meeting, the level of tension can rise. After all, whether you are the parent or the teacher, your work is being evaluated. But Vict... Read More
Contributor: Clayton Shenk | Length : 9 | File type : Video
Clayton has spent nearly 30 years in Christian education—much of it pioneering a school in the city of York. But not everyone has the ability to start new projects. How do the rest of us fit in? Vis... Read More