Entries by Guest Author

An Exercise in Faith

God has called you and placed you where you are now serving, and He challenges you not to dwell on the problems but to look to Him in faith and see how He will achieve great things through your ministry.

Learning or Work: What’s the Focus of Your Classroom?

When I worked in the United States, I had the opportunity to be part of a partnership with neighboring school districts and businesses to open a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) charter school. As part of the curriculum planning, we met with research scientists and engineers to discuss how to prepare our students for […]

Climber Reaches New Heights at CISP

Miss Chaney jumped right into the wide-eyed world of loose teeth, recess, and scheduled snack time, also known as the first and second grade. The daily elementary episodes she comes home with are heartwarming and hilarious. The students adore her, just as she adores them.

#MeToo In the Church

Wyndy Corbin Reuschling, dean of TeachBeyond’s Centre for Transformational Teaching and Learning, says the starting point for Christian communities is examining our practices, how we’re treating one another, and what assumptions we’re making about women in churches and seminaries.

God’s Rubric For Excellence

While this “Rubric for Excellence” is a tongue-in-cheek effort and not intended for use with students or teachers, it captures some of the major issues we all need to wrestle with as we consider what the core value of excellence means in our classrooms and lives.

New BridgeWay Video Recruits Students

BridgeWay is seeking native English-speaking teachers for Kindergarten through 4th grade for the 2018-2019 school year. Read descriptions of these opportunities to impact the lives of students in the capital city of Mexico.

Partnering with Others

Cooperative learning is widely recognized as valuable for students, but cooperative teaching isn’t so widely valued. It seems to be easier to visualize how working with others and sharing gifts and resources can benefit other people, but sometimes our personal habits of autonomy and independence can keep us, as teachers, from seeing the value of […]