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!
As spring blooms in the Northern Hemisphere, this readers’ favorite from our Teaching as a Gift series seems appropriate. May you be the Spring that lightens your students’ darkness!
Kimberly Todd closes out our series on communicating with students with both practical and philosophical advice for asking good questions.
Materials are anything used in a lesson to transfer knowledge and/or skills to the students. The most common materials are print. The most common of those is the textbook. The role … Continue reading
There are still boulders, big and immovable on the path of Life: poverty, inequality, prejudice, and egocentrism to name a few. We, the people of God, have a consuming desire and responsibility to … Continue reading
Have you ever wondered why when you run into a student that eagerly answers all of your questions in class, gives creative details and personal examples to illustrate her unique … Continue reading