Focused on the story of the widow of Nain. If you find this helpful and would like to see more bible studies on the site, drop a comment and let … Continue Reading Bible Study – Never Alone
An interesting tool to help students self-reflect on their own work and mindset in specific classes.
Last year I went to DisneyWorld. I could not believe the long lines for rides. While some of the lines were definitely not worth the wait (Haunted Mansion I’m looking … Continue Reading From Definitive to Confident in the Classroom
Teaching is not rocket science, nor is pretty much anything else in life. I read a book years ago where the authors explained some of the most complicated ideas, inventions, … Continue Reading What My 88-Year-Old Grandma Taught Me about Teaching (and Life)
In. this video, I analyze the benefits of learning content in-depth vs. surface learning. Enjoy! Feel free to share any thoughts in the comments below.
We are one month into our study of World War I in American History. We culminated our first month of study with our lesson on the famous Christmas Truce of … Continue Reading Big History: The Christmas Truce of 1914
Lincoln, Kennedy, and who? William McKinley??? Find out all about this forgotten assassination from our American Class this past week! Also be on the watch for what McKinley’s final words … Continue Reading The Assassination of William McKinley
“Every time we rescue, hover, or otherwise save our children from a challenge, we send a very clear message; that we believe they are incompetent, incapable, and unworthy of our … Continue Reading The Gift of Failure
Remember all of those first day smiles filled with the anticipation of the first day of school that you witnessed in the faces of your students? Remember their excitement as … Continue Reading When Student Enthusiasm Fades, Teacher Enthusiasm Must Soar