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April 2024

April 2024

April Resources

Our April resource review issue always fills up quickly, and I think that’s a great sign! It’s so exciting to open my [...]

10 New Books for Your Classroom Library: Middle Grades and Picture Books

We continue to live in an era of gripping middle grade novels and stunning picture books. Finding just the right books for [...]

Books as Prayer: Young Adult Literature and Spirituality

Have you ever picked up a young adult book and found that your reading experience was spiritual in a way that you [...]

Tough Women in Dystopian Literature: Considerations and Themes for Teaching

Sarah Kroese and Bill Boerman-Cornell One of the most popular genres of young adult (YA) fiction is dystopian literature. Readers flock to [...]

“More Than Their Trauma”: Teaching Michelle Good’s Five Little Indians in a Christian School

In the early part of the twentieth century, Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside was a bustling urban  center; it was a space where all [...]

Focus Period: How to Give Students and Teachers the Time They Need

Sitting down to grade outlines for my science fiction literature class, I am not entirely sure of what to expect. Earlier this [...]

Artificial Intelligence and Christian Education

(republish from Australian Christian Teachers Journal) Education has been significantly disrupted by emerging technologies at various points. This mirrors the way in [...]

Wayi Wah!: Let’s Go, It’s Time!

Author Jo Chrona explains that Wayi Wah!—the title of her 2022 book on Indigenous pedagogies—translates as “Let’s go!” or “It’s time!” in [...]