We’ve been looking for wisdom in the Master Teacher’s parables. Kimberly takes us to a particular dinner table where He’s an ally to all who need Him.
How do we learn teaching? By furthering our education, of course. If you’re interested in exploring some options, Kimberly put together a list to get you started.
What you’ll find in this post is an entry in our teacher lectionary, a guide for prayer. Over the last six weeks here on Master Teaching, you read about trends … Continue reading
We started and now we close before the throne. Kimberly takes us back to the Teacher’s Prayer and brings us to our knees for students.
In her advice to new teachers, Kimberly suggests that instead of giving into fear, they should talk to themselves with messages of trust.
We’re still talking about education as justice. In this post Kimberly Todd talks about justice as the purpose of education and our purpose as educators who follow the Master Teacher.
This week’s post from our Chinese blog advocates for school children in China by talking to their teachers/parents about screen time.
As Kimberly tells us about a favorite theory, she takes us from linguistic relativism to spiritual transformation, from a community of practice to the Body.
What does Birth do for us? It fills the hungry with good things and initiates The Great Reversal. This week join Kimberly Todd in singing the songs of assent to Birth’s work in us and our students.
Sometimes it’s helpful to see how others followed the Master Teacher in their life and work. That’s what this post does. It looks to Mordecai as an ancient model for teachers.
This readers’ favorite narrates a success and a failure and draws lessons from both. May it encourage you to keep learning how to motivate your students!