Not wanting to report her troublesome student to the dean, this teacher asked for God’s help
When administrators doubt a teacher’s skills, it makes it difficult for the teacher to give his or her best. Strengthen the relationships turned out to be the key…
Does our lifestyle have an impact on the way we are teaching? Certainly! Therefore, even if we cannot talk about our faith in school, the choice of God lived in professional life can be a privileged way to bear witness and to transmit Gospel values. Christian Kewitsch, an orchestra director in a school in Hamburg, Germany, shares how he found his way to do so.
How to deal with educational standards and questions of the students totally off-topic? A first-year teacher struggled until she discovered what’s really important
“Not everything will look perfect when you visit the school, but what is important is that you will make a difference for the children by sharing your care and expertise.”
The Cube of Peace (another name for the Cube of Love) in a school located two hours away from Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan, is helping build peace in a region frequently torn by violence and suffering.
Letting go of being the “perfect” teacher and being thankful for the experience
Engaging multilingual children and teachers at a preschool in Atlanta
Last year I was elected to direct my department at the university. I expected problems with some faculty, but not with John, the chair whose term had expired and whom I replaced.