May this readers’ favorite inspire you to think about not only how you take your students but also how the Master Teacher might be trying to take you into the deeper dimensions.
This readers’ favorite comes from our Yahweh’s Wisdom series. May it refresh your purpose and reflect meaning into and out of your teaching!
Some of my students suffer from a serious disease that could be described as egocentrism. They sometimes get so caught up in Self, are so afraid of looking bad or their … 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
(This is the second of a two-part post. Read part 1 here: Bloom’s Taxonomy & the Deeper Dimensions.) A few years ago, I visited the zoo with friends. As we crowded at … Continue reading
Fear can be debilitating. Kissing cousins with pride, it can breed defensiveness and make people pigheaded. It can get us off track or completely stop us in our tracks. In … Continue reading
Wherever it may come from—a mind given over to Yahweh, in defiant denial of Him, or anywhere in between—all wisdom is Yahweh’s. When we see the intersection of wisdom from … Continue reading