About GLEnet

Our goal is to connect educators from around the world who serve in any Lutheran education position.  We offer FREE access to this network as a gift from LEA. Simply click here to complete the very simple registration form.

As a member of GLEnet, you will receive the following benefits:

·       Tips of the Week (sent to your email address … see samples below)

·       Listserv access (ability to read comments made by your colleagues and post your own questions and comments)

·       Shaping the Future – LEA’s official online publication made available three times a year

GLEnet Tips

Increase the value of your experiences! Infusing Lessons Learned Abroad Into My Classroom (Linda Tanini in Global Learning/ASCD Global Edition).

Really go global with International Days as described in ExchangeEveryDay.

Real-world problem-solving: See Learning Across Borders: Collaborative Global Projects (Cathy Collins in Global Learning/Education Week Spotlight). (EdWeek Update)

Heart and Seoul… Devotion and news from Pastor Bob and Alice: Keep Me and Keep All newsletter. Good to hear from our long-time LEA friends again—now in South Korea!

Take learning to the next level—down! A Christian Deeper Learning Introduction (CACE) will help you get there.

4 Tips for Handling a New Challenge to Your Faith (Sean McDowell Blog)… Yes, even teachers and administrators have them occasionally.

February 8, 2019

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Thinking About Missions and Christian Schooling relates insights on how teachers are involved in tentmaker missions (CACE). Also see You Are a Missionary!, Mark Schulz’s article in the latest Shaping the Future.

Global Education in Context: Four Models, Four Lessons (Global Learning blog/Education Week)… See several case studies.

The Power of Rituals (Jim Dillon in SmartBrief/SmartBrief on EdTech)… Rituals—presumably including religious ones—are potent learning tools.

The Importance of the Teacher’s Worldview (Michelle Holland for ACSI) covers a critically important topic for educators in Lutheran schools. “Fulfill the purpose for which we exist—to train students to think and live like Christ in this world so they can enter secular arenas equipped to withstand atheistic and humanistic worldviews as well as spark change in those around them.”

January 26, 2019


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