Teaching

Equipping Servants in High School (Patrick Heatwole)

Contributor: Patrick Heatwole | Length : 46 | File type : Audio

God has blessed us with the opportunity to educate our children in our own schools. With this opportunity comes the responsibility of investing wisely in this resource. How should our schools be relev... Read More

Making Math Come Alive (John Mark Kuhns)

Contributor: John Mark Kuhns | Length : 44 | File type : Audio

This talk will introduce techniques to battle the age-old problem of unmotivated students in math class. You will hear stories from the history of math, applications of math to daily life, and hands-o... Read More

Ten Reasons Students Don’t Like School and What You Can Do About It, Part 2 (Jeremy Sauder)

Contributor: Jeremy Sauder | Length : 46 | File type : Audio

Does this sound familiar? First-graders come eager and ready to learn. Middle schoolers refer to school as prison. Seniors are glad they survived. The teacher has power to make or break this pattern, ... Read More

Ten Reasons Students Don’t Like School and What You Can Do About It, Part 1 (Jeremy Sauder)

Contributor: Jeremy Sauder | Length : 45 | File type : Audio

Does this sound familiar? First-graders come eager and ready to learn. Middle schoolers refer to school as prison. Seniors are glad they survived. The teacher has power to make or break this pattern, ... Read More

The Basics of Teaching (Melvin Lehman)

Contributor: Melvin Lehman | Length : 66 | File type : Audio

Schedule, simplify, prioritize, organize, and set positive expectations. These and other habits help teachers teach and students learn in the classroom.

The Great Commandment and Education (Steven Brubaker)

Contributor: Steven Brubaker | Length : 44 | File type : Audio

Sinkholes are disconcerting because we assume substantial foundations. We will consider how Jesus' use of the Shema points to lived answers that adequately support the life of the teacher and school. ... Read More

The Trouble with Facts (Joshua Porter)

Contributor: Joshua Porter | Length : 63 | File type : Audio

The world today is overflowing with facts. Teachers are awash in them, and students are drowning in them. No one could possibly absorb them all, and most of them are not worth absorbing. This workshop... Read More

Welcome to First Grade, Part 1 (Carolyn Martin)

Contributor: Carolyn Martin | Length : 62 | File type : Audio

First grade started well gives students a good foundation for the rest of their school days. In this talk, we will focus on a good beginning. We will discuss what a first grader is, what a first grade... Read More

Welcome to First Grade, Part 2 (Carolyn Martin)

Contributor: Carolyn Martin | Length : 65 | File type : Audio

First grade is off to a good start. Now it is time to push on the finish line and end well. This talk focuses on the last half of first grade. We will discuss ideas and hints that will help keep the s... Read More

Working with High Needs Students (Stephan Gingerich)

Contributor: Stephan Gingerich | Length : 49 | File type : Audio

Every school has them. The ones the teachers and principal gets to know best. Here is practical help and perspective in relating to the ones who give us our profession.