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Vision. Blessing. STEAM!
Looking ahead to innovations that will make the next leap in student learning,
St. John's Lutheran School in Orange, Calif., believes that the next
innovations in education will be through STEAM.

Tools for Talking With Students About Disability
Dignity and respect for each and every one of God’s children is an
important aspect of our Lutheran education. How do you talk with
your students about those with disabilities?

“What Did I Get Myself Into?”
To avoid cutting staff, the obvious solution is asking teachers to teach outside their areas of expertise.Are you facing the challenge of a new assignment outside your area of expertise? Denise has some insights as to how to handle this.

The Challenges of Retirement
Retirement happens! But what does it mean? Rich shares his ideas and experiences.

Grandmothers, Mothers,
and Wives

Lutheran congregations over the years have witnessed the influence of women
in the congregation. You might relate to a couple of Chuck’s experiences—
especially if you’ve been around awhile.

LEA networks


AMD net

AMDnet Athletic Ministry Directors (AMDnet):
Taking the Pain Out of Playing Time: Part 1

When a school makes its overall goals for its teams clear, it helps coaches communicate what playing time will look like. Learn the importance of developing a consistent playing-time philosophy at your school.

ECE net

ECEnet Early Childhood Educators (ECEnet):
For Prekindergarten Reading Success:
Auditory Training Using Musical Instruments

Music participation intrinsically rewards children for their participation, and it rewards them with cognitive enhancements too, which translate into higher academic achievement scores.

AGE net

EncourAGEnet Retired Lutheran Educators (EncourAGEnet):
Grow a Teacher is Blossoming

The future of Lutheran schools are studying right now to fill those positions. You can help in their preparation by signing on to the Grow a Teacher Mentoring Initiative.

ET net

ETnetElementary Teachers (ETnet):
All Kids are Geniuses and Genius Hour Proves It!

All kids are geniuses at something, and it’s our job as educators to realize this enormous potential and encourage our students to live up to it.

GLE net

GLEnet Global Lutheran Educators (GLEnet):
Learning is a Treasure

Receiving a CWEF high school scholarship was the first step in a life-changing journey of experiencing God’s love and serving others.

LEAD net

LEADnet Leadership (LEADnet):
Proficiency-Based Education: A Paradigm Shift

Changing our core approach to instruction and learning, proficiency-based education is a game changer.

LD net

LDnet Learning Disabilities (LDnet):
Being Flexible About Flexible Seating

Explore some ideas and information about flexible seating so
you can be informed about this style of classroom layout and
incorporate some simple ideas into your classroom.

MID net

MIDnet Middle School Educators (MIDnet):
Winning Souls, Lighting Fires

Is faith development on your curriculum map?
Check Jonathan’s suggestions for making sure it is a destination.

PEN net

PENnetParish Educators (PEN):
STREAMing Through Summer

This innovative STEM-based summer camp provides fun activities with programming that enhances a child’s love for learning, without compromising our Christian focus.

SEC net

SECnetSecondary Educators (SECnet):
1+3=Dual Credit Program

Our 2017 valedictorian brought 30 credits with her to Valparaiso University this fall—a full year of college costs saved. Find out how the 1+3 program in this article provides college credit.



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