Amy Young digs into the Beatitudes and how they apply to teachers. Under the microscope is our attitudes toward teaching and students.
Mark Wickersham closes out this series with advice for new teachers. His three tips, both practical and philosophical, bring us back around to rest.
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!
Friend of LEAPAsia E. M. closes out our series on different types of students. She offers discernment for working with students who have disabilities.
Teacher and counselor Amy Young continues our series on types of students with wisdom for working with those who are depressed and suicidal.
What if we changed just one thing about our past—where we were born, for example? I could be exactly the same person with my love of learning but be excluded … Continue reading
LEAPAsia board member and long-time teacher Julie Prentice continues our series on different types of students with compassion and wisdom for working with beginners.
When learners make mistakes in class, we may have a hard time deciding how to respond. If we come from a culture of self-esteem, we may worry about students’ psyche and … Continue reading
LEAPAsia board member and behavior specialist Jill Schafhauser continues our series on working with different types of students with some practical advice about managing student behavior.