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A Small Tweak that Will Transform Your Classroom Management

Our motive for discipline must be what's bets for the kids

Subscribe to the Teach 4 the Heart Podcast. Teachers, why do you want a well-managed classroom? The typical answers we give are so that the kids can learn and grow, or maybe, if we’re being really honest, so that we don’t go crazy! But let’s take a minute to look beyond the token answers and […]

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How to Be More Consistent in Your Classroom Management

Why is it so hard to be consistent in our disscipline?

Subscribe to the Teach 4 the Heart Podcast. Why on earth is it so hard to be consistent in our discipline or our classroom management? Okay, maybe for some of you consistency comes relatively easily, but not for me. And based on some comments that I’ve gotten from you readers, I don’t think I’m not […]

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10 Ways to Show Christ to Our Students

10 Ways to Show Christ to Our Students

If you’re a Christian teacher, it shouldn’t matter where you teach. Our goal should be the same – to show Christ to our students.Some of us can be more open and apparent, but all of us can and should be intentional about showing Christ and His love in every way we can.When I think about […]

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5 Common Back-to-School Mistakes Teachers Regret All Year

mistakes teachers make during back-to-school

It was sometime around October when my principal called me into his office & sat me down for a chat. “Do you know what’s happening behind your back?” he asked me. “You’ve got to muster all the authority you have and regain some control.”I’m pretty sure he could see the tears I was so desperately […]

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The Teacher Success Roadmap

Come on, pull it together. If you lose your lunch meager breakfast in front of your class …. Well, that will be a doozy of a first impressionIt’s 5 till 8 on my first official day as a teacher, and I’m trying desperately to calm my nerves. But despite the cacophony of butterflies in my […]

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How to Calm the Chaos in Your Classroom

August always feels like a month of Sundays.And on one of those mid-August days filled with anxiety and anticipation about the upcoming school year I stumbled over the verse that has become my mantra this year. Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known to […]

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Trump Won, and There’s Something We’ve Got to Do

I don’t think I’ve ever been as saddened and frustrated with my Facebook feed as I’ve been the past week. The hate, the violence, the fear, the mischaracterizations, the overreactions, the drama….Can we all agree things have been a little crazy here in America? We’ve been stunned by the venom, the fear, and the mischaracterizations […]

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3 Keys to Teaching from a Biblical Perspective (no matter where you teach)

Listen to the full episode here: ********************************************************************************* No matter where you teach, you need to always remember that what God tells us in His Word is the truth – regardless of whether it’s popular, regardless of whether anyone else agrees with it. There IS absolute truth. Values are not different than facts. This is not […]

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