Beth taught a world history class. When she came to the section on Korean history, she realized she was out of her depth. She connected with several of her Korean students and their Korean School teachers. They worked out a joint project where the Korean students taught this material to the rest of the class. […]
About Becky Hunsberger
Becky Hunsberger, M.Ed., has been active in Christian education since 1999, serving as a classroom teacher, mentor, department head, lead teacher, teacher-mentor, principal, accreditation team leader, and educational consultant. After years of experience serving in both US and international school contexts, she joined TeachBeyond's Teacher Education Services (TES) team, where she develops professional support resources for teachers and school leaders around the world.
Becky holds a Bachelor’s degree in English education from Geneva College and a Master’s of Education degree in curriculum and development from Lesley University. She has gone through extensive training in learning styles and multiple intelligences theory, as well as arts integration. Additionally, she holds a TESL certificate and has experience teaching students for whom English is a second or third language.
This edition of OnPractice may seem a bit counter-intuitive: why publish an article about creating a yearly curriculum guide at the end of the academic year? If you haven’t yet developed this document for the classes you teach, the end of the year is precisely the best (or at least the easiest) time to construct […]
Curriculum planning–whether for a full year or simply a unit–doesn’t need to be scary. Here are a few key principles to keep in mind as you approach planning the curriculum for your course.
Boys and girls are different. They play differently, relate differently, even develop differently. While little girls are practicing their newly found language skills, chattering away to whomever will listen, little boys are busy climbing on things and racing cars—delighting when there is a big crash with a lot of noise. Anyone who has ever worked […]
As believers we seek to live a fully integrated life, weaving our understanding of the scriptures and the doctrines of the faith into every nook and cranny of our existence. This is a pretty lofty and abstract goal, and it can be difficult to figure out what it means in practical terms. What, for instance, […]
Since the pacing of even our most well-planned lessons can be so easily interrupted, what can we do? Exit slips allow teachers the flexibility to bring closure to a lesson at any point—a helpful tool for those days when the time has gotten away from you.
As teachers, we can empower our learners to become active agents in their own learning by providing opportunities for students to grapple with difficult tasks and concepts.
When was the last time you approached life as a learner? Can you remember the feeling of curiosity that drove you to press deeper into some topic, to ask questions that would push past the obvious and help you make connections to other areas of life? For me, this happened last weekend as I watched […]
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