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April 2022

April 2022


If there’s one thing teachers across disciplines, grade levels, and dispositions can agree on, it’s that reading is essential to the success [...]

Six Amazing Young Adult Books You Should Read

The world of young adult literature continues to turn out some amazing novels and non-fiction with every new year. The following books [...]

A School Tradition: Mock Caldecott and Mock Newbery 2022

Every year, the Association for Library Services to Children (ALSC), a division of the American Library Association (ALA), announces which literary works [...]

Does Mr. Lincoln’s Way Look Like God’s Way?

by Luciano Cid, EdD If you have been an elementary teacher for a substantial period of time, chances are you have heard [...]

Faith Journey: A Classroom Tool for Remembering Remembering and Forgetting

“Nearly two-thirds of U.S. 18–29-year-olds who grew up in church tell Barna they have withdrawn from church involvement as an adult after [...]

Speaking Our Truth: A Text for Teaching Students About Residential Schools

As we look back on 2021, the discoveries of over thirteen hundred unmarked graves at the sites of residential schools in western [...]

How Ungrading Can Change Your Classroom

By Danielle Daujatas and Aron Reppmann “Ungrading” is an umbrella term for a wide range of instructional and assessment practices; some other [...]

The Resource I Wish I Had as a New Teacher

I remember my first day as a teacher walking into my classroom after I was handed the keys by my new principal. [...]

Creating a Culture of Belonging in Christian Schools

The Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) has recently published a series entitled Leading Insights, edited by Lynn E. Swaner. Throughout this [...]