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April 2021

April 2021

April 2021: Books and More

by Steve Tuit and Abby Zwart We’ve almost made it. Summer is within reach, and weary teachers and school staff everywhere are [...]

Where Is God in the Post-apocalyptic? Teaching Cormac McCarthy’s The Road in the Pandemic Age

You have to carry the fire. I don't know how to.Yes, you do. Is the fire real? The fire?Yes it is.Where is [...]

Refreshing Curriculum: An English Teacher’s New Media Journey

Chris Steenhof “How are you?” A year ago this question was simply a greeting, but given the events of the past year, [...]

YA Book Suggestions

by Christi Tuit, Laura DeJong, and Justine Keuning-LaFrence As a school counselor, an ELA teacher, and a school librarian, we have always [...]

What’s Old Is New Again: A Review of The Green Mile

“The world is falling down around our ears” (King 133). If that sounds like an old man’s view, that’s because it is. [...]

Francis Schaeffer’s Use of Questions Can be Helpful to Christian Educators Today

Great Teachers Ask Questions Great teachers ask questions. Like windows to a room, questions open minds to the wonders of God and [...]

Connecting, Collaborating, and Cultivating a Relationship with Christ: The Journey and Resources of Two School Leaders

Jennie M. Carr and Tammy T. May Jennie and Tammy’s relationship is precious and has grown significantly over time. It’s hard to [...]

Review of Rediscovering Discipleship

Summary “Discipleship” is a word that is used often in churches but not as often used as it ought to be. Robby [...]