Kids are the best evangelists. G. talked a lot about Jesus to his friends and classmates since the beginning of the year.
We teach who we are. As Christians, we should allow the Bible to shape our identity, relationships, priorities, etc. If scripture changes us, then the way we teach should also change. Therefore, we should “aspire to ‘incarnate’ the biblical vision, living it out in the day to day interactions of the classroom.” A helpful way […]
We just celebrated St Patrick’s Day, which reminded me that several years ago a provocatively entitled book upset conventional wisdom. It was Thomas Cahill’s, How The Irish Saved Civilization: The Untold Story of Ireland’s Heroic Role from the Fall of Rome to the Rise of Medieval Europe. Those of us with an Irish heritage didn’t […]
This week we are featuring positions in new or recently-opened schools.
A new era began for Belize Christian Academy when seven new board members were appointed and met for the first time.
Here are tools that teachers can use to help students develop intellectual virtues.
“English camps are really a perfect way for people to be involved in short-term missions,” Diane Kraines, TeachBeyond’s director of informal education, explained in a recent radio interview. “There is a huge demand for learning English globally; and in many locations, it’s a way for young people to improve their conversational English — anything from […]
Conversations change lives. Letting them voice these questions is the first step.
“TeachBeyond teachers are ‘born again’ teachers – that is, teachers who themselves have been transformed and filled with God’s Holy Spirit to become empowered for a ministry of transformation.” It wasn’t yet 8 a.m., and it had already been a difficult day. So when Levi came to school late and out of dress code—again—I snapped. […]
With the help of TeachBeyond, the church opened Gimnasio Cristiano de Bocachica.