Speakers

Workshops with tag - Christian School Educators

Thu, Nov 02, 2017
Location: MCA 7
Some students come to class eager to learn. But we also have the responsibility to teach students who really don't want to be in our class, or struggle with learning. This session will give you some practical tips to help you reach and teach those students.
Thu, Nov 02, 2017
Location: MCA 12
Starting and maintaining a music program on a limited budget is a familiar position for most directors. However, it is also an opportunity for limitless creativity, vision, and thinking outside the Bachs.
Thu, Nov 02, 2017
Location: FBC Aud
Everyone knows the story of Daniel and the Hebrew children when they challenged pagan authority by refusing to partake in the standard offerings of the world. Instead, Daniel took the high road and came out ten times better than the other children who decided to “go with the flow.” What made Daniel ten times better than the rest? Join us for this session where we will examine Daniel chapter 1 and apply biblical principle to what we should teach our students throughout the year. While this session will involve much in the practicalities of Christian education, there is great application for any church, school, or other local church teaching ministry actively engaged in training youth.
Thu, Nov 02, 2017
Location: MCA 10
English teachers are very busy not only teaching grammar and literature, but also teaching spelling, vocabulary, poetry, book reports, and compositions. Some teachers may wonder how they can fit all these subjects into one class period. This session offers helpful tips for effectively teaching these various subjects during English class.
Thu, Nov 02, 2017
Location: BB 110
Beginning penmanship skills take time, patience, and perseverance. But, it is all worthwhile as students learn to be diligent workers. Ideas will be shared that encourage happy students and beautiful work, while at the same time maintaining daily routines in the preschool/kindergarten classroom.
Thu, Nov 02, 2017
Location: MCA 10
“Why do we have to learn about all these dead people?” You have probably heard this very question from your students. This session will give practical tips for making your history class come alive.
Thu, Nov 02, 2017
Location: MCA 7
Our society tries to tell us that boys are no different than girls. Any parent can tell you that's a false proposition. Most teachers are women, and understand better how girls learn. How should we teach boys differently? In this session we will discuss some of the key differences that affect the classroom and give you some take-away points to improve your teaching.
Thu, Nov 02, 2017
Location: MCA 11
Communication is a two way street but we often neglect the other side – listening! The class will stress the importance of a teacher, leader, or parent listening before reacting to a situation in the classroom, church, or the home. Join us to learn the five different levels.
Thu, Nov 02, 2017
Location: MCA 10
The death of a student, faculty member, or parent is a traumatic event and one in which the school needs to respond to in a caring, supportive, and Christ-like manner. How do you handle communication to your staff, students, and parents regarding a death from within your school family? Join us as we discuss the communication and grieving process as a school staff and how to handle this traumatic event when it happens in your school family.
Thu, Nov 02, 2017
Location: MCA 7
If you are involved in church or Christian school ministry, you are heavily dependent on the help of volunteers. What role do they play in our success? How can we get the volunteers we need? How do we keep them happy and serving? We will provide a list of ways to express appreciation and solicit more from audience participants.
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