During the summer of 2022, our family took a trip to Ghana. One of the big reasons for being there was to help with a teachers’ retreat for Living Hope Academy. I had the privilege to talk to the teaching staff about the discipline changes that my school (FMH) made. Faith Mennonite High School had… Continue reading Classroom Management from Ghana
How should you respond to pop-culture in the classroom?
As a classroom teacher, I am sure you will encounter casual, and potential pointed, conversations among students surrounding popular culture. How should the teacher respond (or not), how should the react to the worldly influences directing our students thinking. What role does the teacher play? How much do we address and what is best left… Continue reading How should you respond to pop-culture in the classroom?
Teachers Sabbath Rest
What does your schedule look like? A teacher that wants to be all that they can be for their students, they may need to consider what their rhythms of life are like. In Genesis, God presents a pattern for us to live by through working at creating 6 days and then resting on the 7th.… Continue reading Teachers Sabbath Rest
Teachers Need To Taking Time for Self-Care
Teachers new and old need to take time to care for themselves. Some teachers think it’s a right of passage to be tired out all the time. This simply should not and ought not be the case. Being busy is normal, but being normal is not healthy. Don’t let yourself get physically rundown, it will… Continue reading Teachers Need To Taking Time for Self-Care