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  • Close the Rhetoric-Reality Gap 9.3

    Student objectives define your school mission in terms of measurable student learning.
    Author: Michael Essenburg

  • Helping Students Transition Well: What Can Teachers and Schools Do? 9.3

    In the classroom it is easy to focus on students who are entering and overlook students who will be leaving or to focus on the students who are leaving and miss the needs of those who are left behind.
    Author: Janet Blomberg

  • Did I Leave My School Well Prepared? What Could Have Been 10.1

    I wish I'd been led into the habit of asking deeper questions about what my responsibilities are as a Christian in response to what I have learned-and asking whether I really have enough information to take an informed position.
    Author: Eutychus

  • The Impact of Peer Pressure on Mission 9.2

    I am convinced that God is the author of positive peer pressure that advances His kingdom and that the enemy is the author of negative peer pressure.
    Author: Mickey Bowdon

  • How To Shake the Bridge 9.2

    Our Christian philosophy drives us to search for ways to foster a vital atmosphere of positive, godly peer pressure-a community spirit that encourages growth, spiritual sensitivity, and our Christian edcuation goals.
    Author: Rick Horne

  • Fear Factors: Five Barriers to Intellectual Growth 10.1

    Creating an environment where there are significant rewards for intellectual pursuits helps youth encourage one another and develop the motivation to invest in what it takes to learn well.
    Author: William Brown

  • Disagreeing Agreeably 9.3

    Possessing the skills to disagree agreeably allows a person not only to maintain a healthy sense of personal identity but to maintain a strong passion for ministry.
    Author: Bill Wakefield

  • Student Issues That Provoke the Difficult Questions 9.3

    In an academic environment, students frequently discover that God has given them specific gifts and abilities in addition to certain passions and interests, and they have important questions about connecting their gifts, abilities, passions, and interests to God's call.
    Author: Jon Wallace

  • When Does the Teacher Interrupt Instruction to Address Issues? 9.3

    Our formal education tells us that students are very impressionable and easily disturbed by unexplained events.
    Author: Bria McDonald

  • Dressed For The Job 9.1

    Meek people so clearly know their spiritual identity that the humiliation inherent in engaging a new culture threatens them little.
    Author: R. Scott Hayden

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