High school teachers, if you are looking for discussion strategies that really work, check out this post and podcast about discussion warm-ups. Without a good warm-up activity, it is so hard to engage your students right from the start. Avoid the crickets and awkward eye contact when you get students warmed up before you ask the first question. Click for the full podcast and post from Spark Creativity.
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Looking for something to read this summer? Check out this Summer Reading List for Christian Women!
Point of View can be complicated, but with this lesson (and free printables), your students will better understand how point of view works. Check out this lesson from Jennifer Frindley on Teaching to Inspire.
Non-toxic cleaners from Sprouts Start your Spring cleaning off right with these natural, non-toxic DIY cleaning solutions. They can all be made using wholesome ingredients, like essential oils, lemon, vinegar and castile soap.
These Bible Story Print & Fold books are quick and easy to prepare for your Jewish or Christian preschool program. Print & Fold books are a great way to communicate with parents the Bible story their children have been learning in class. To prepare, all y
Sharing powerful stories from his anti-obesity project in Huntington, West Virginia -- and a shocking image of the sugar we eat -- TED Prize winner Jamie Oliver makes the case for an all-out assault on our ignorance of food.