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How to Integrate a Biblical Worldview in Any Classroom

How to Integrate a Biblical Worldview in Any Classroom

No matter where you teach, helping students understand worldview is important. In Christian schools, we want to guide them towards Biblical thinking; in public schools, we can ask questions that will cause them to consider these important questions for themselves. Join us for an enlightening conversation with Eric Reenders, author of Rooftop Perspectives. This interview comes…

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Simplify Your Teacher Life with a Minimalist Approach

Simplify Your Teacher Life with a Minimalist Approach

Are you feeling overwhelmed in your teaching or home life? Minimalism could be the answer! Minimalism can reduce more than physical clutter, it can help with mental clutter, too. It can reduce stress, improve organization, and make your life calmer.  This could be the solution to work/life balance you’ve been looking for. listen here: Subscribe…

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60+ Classroom Reward Ideas

60+ Classroom Reward Ideas

Rewards are a fun way to motivate students and celebrate progress, but seeing as we aren’t made of money, sometimes we don’t know what to give. But no longer – this list includes plenty of fun, creative reward ideas that are free or inexpensive.listen here: Subscribe to the Teach 4 the Heart Podcast. Rewards can…

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How to Build Classroom Community with the Positivity Project

How to Build Classroom Community with the Positivity Project

Amy Stohs, a 6th grade teacher from Virginia, joins us to talk about the Positivity Project, an exciting movement that helps grow students character and build classroom community. Join us to discover simple ways to engage your students in discussions about character, positivity, and the truth that other people matter.listen here: Subscribe to the Teach…

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Sharing Our Blessings

Praise God from Whom all blessings flow,Praise Him all creatures here below. Praise Him above, ye heavenly host.Praise Father, Son, and Holy Ghost! This song rings in my mind as I contemplate God’s incredible goodness over this past year. Through good times and bad, gladness and pain, He is always good. Today in this special post, I’m joining…

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