Contributor: Carolyn Martin | File type : Blog Post
“Good morning…uh…uh…uh,” I said to the girl coming down the hall. Her mask was over her nose. Her hood covered her head so only her eyes peeked out. Who is the girl behind the mask? “U... Read More
Contributor: Jonathan Erb | Length : 7 | File type : Video
Dysfunctional homes directly impact schools. While some situations cause only minor annoyances, others hinder the student's and the school's ability to function, and thus demand more significant inter... Read More
Contributor: Kendra Martin | File type : Blog Post
Communication can make or break your school year. From the onset, you want to be intentional on communicating your expectations to your students and patrons as well as hearing their expectations, ... Read More
Contributor: Darlene Diem | File type : Blog Post
There is an attribute that lubricates relationships and mechanics of home and classroom. It allows learning to flourish and exhausting power battles to diminish. The word itself sounds austere, ye... Read More
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: 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: 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: 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