This site is for teachers who want their classrooms to be places with a Christian ethos, whatever the subject or age group being taught. It explores what teaching and learning might look like when rooted in Christian faith, hope and love. It does this by offering 100+ concrete examples of creative classroom work and an approach which enables you to develop your own examples.
Math method gets Tucson attention Arizona Daily Star The teaching method has generated such interest that a Tucson company is now an investment partner and the Sunnyside school district is looking to incorporate the program in two Tucson middle...
Slate Magazine The Smart Way to Use iPads in the Classroom Slate Magazine As part of a tour to talk about my book, Screen Time, I was treated to three days of visits to nearly a dozen classrooms at the Zurich International School, a private school...
Common Core Standards: Sky is not falling, but ground is shifting Atlanta Journal Constitution (blog) Mel Riddile is the associate director for high school services at the National Association of Secondary School Principals.
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