Resilience, Part 2

Resilience, Part 2

by Timothy Lugg Previously, I wrote an article encouraging parents to work at building resilience in their children. Of course, all parents want their children to be strong enough to stand against the strong currents they will face throughout their lives. Even so, it...
Resilience, Part 1

Resilience, Part 1

Written on November 2, 2017 The World Series is over, and the Houston Astros are enjoying their new status as the world champions. No wonder the Mariners only won 5 out of 19 games playing the Astros this year. While their victory is the final story of this World...
What Are We Thinking?

What Are We Thinking?

By Arlyn & Margaret Ubben “Why do I have to know where Italy is? I can just check Google earth.” “Why do I need to learn my multiplication facts? I have a calculator on my phone. It will even divide for me.” “Why do I need to read about all these old dead people?”...
Learning Growth

Learning Growth

by Natelle Austin One typical process many teachers follow as they teach is called, “gradual release of responsibility.”  It describes how we teach and model a new skill, provide supported practice, and eventually expect the student to demonstrate the skill...
Biblical Integration in Science and Math

Biblical Integration in Science and Math

by James Timmermans I am one who believes that the entire universe belongs to God. After all, He is the Creator and Sustainer of all things. As a science and math teacher, here at Grace, I have the privilege of teaching these subjects in line with the truths of...
Correct Bible Interpretation

Correct Bible Interpretation

Rightly Handling The Truth By Tanner Sultze, Bible Teacher Scripture is not difficult to understand. You don’t need a seminary degree to interpret the Word of God. God created man with the ability to communicate through language and He has revealed himself to us in...