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Is Christian Education Really Important?

Christian education is my passion, so it sometimes amazes me when I hear other Christians dismiss the whole concept or speak flippantly about it. Christian schools are deemed by some to be inferior or unnecessary. They’re too expensive, too strict, too intrusive, or too much of a bubble. While no school is perfect, Christian education […]

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5 Easy Ways to Incorporate Writing in Your Classroom

5 Easy Ways to Incorporate Writing in Your Classroom

Earlier this week I explained 4 advantages of incorporating writing in any classroom. I bet many of you were thinking Sure, that sounds great, but it also sounds like a lot of work. Thankfully, that’s just not the case. Including writing in your classroom can be really easy. And it doesn’t have to take much […]

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Why I Incorporated Writing in My Classroom (and why you should too)

Student writing as teacher incorporates writing into classroom

I remember when I was first told that our school was going to incorporate writing into all subjects. Huh? I thought. How is that going to work in my math classroom? Well, I wasn’t more than a few pages into Content-Area Writingbefore I started getting pretty excited about all the possibilities. This resource outlined simple […]

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5 Simple Documents to Help Your Year Start Smoothly

The first week of school sets the tone for the entire year, and the more prepared you are, the better. You will not regret spending time during the summer to have all your ducks in a row. One aspect of preparation involves handouts and other class documents. Here are five documents I use to help […]

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Yes, You Can Challenge Your Brightest Students

Bright students need to be challenged

Who were the brightest, most capable students you’ve ever taught? Can you picture them? Now think about what they did in your class. Were they sufficiently challenged, or did they spend most of their time waiting for the rest of the class to understand concepts they grasped almost immediately? While we teachers tend to focus […]

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