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LEAnews


NEW at www.lea.org

·         Network publications from GLEnet, ETnet, and PEN

·         See the latest LEA weekly devotion “Divine Default” based on Gen. 1. You may go directly to the pdf version here.

·         See your LEA From the Past… devotion: “Polish Your Crook” from 2003 based on Jer. 23:4. You may also go directly to the pdf version here.


Watch for these students… Twice Exceptional Children: A Paradox in the Classroom. Denise Rice, who wrote this feature article for Shaping the Future, also suggests looking at the SENG—Supporting the Emotional Needs of the Gifted website.

LEA is the ministry of the month for the Lutheran Federal Credit Union. See if any of their financial resources meets your needs.

Check your attitude… Teaching With Technology in 2018 reports the results of a recent ed tech survey (T|H|E Journal).

Nomination forms for LEA awards are now available. You can nominate in any of the 14 categories. A special note about the Leader in Outreach award: It is open to educators in all categories. We know there are many qualified educators who excel in their outreach roles.

Something to (re)consider…
as you plan your classroom management:  What is the Social Brain? (edutopia).

August 14, 2018

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NEW at www.lea.org

·         Network publications from LEADnet, ECEnet, SECnet, MIDnet, PEN, and EncourAGEnet and all the other regular network listservs will return next week.

·         Events page—National Administrators Conference updated.

·         Link to Fall 2018 issue of Shaping the Future


Shaping the Future offers a variety of topics relevant to educators in Lutheran schools and agencies. As you look especially to your network articles, don’t miss the features. Have you read Living and Learning From Tragedy by Janis King? As a follow-up to that article, see this from the California Nevada Hawaii District newsletter. (Thanks to Janis King both for the article and for this lead.)

Prepositions are probably the least of your problems on this Friday, but you might enjoy—well, maybe not if you’re an English teacher—this article from GrammarBook.com.

You’re involved in a legacy. See Passing Down the Faith…a Biblical Example (Dale Hudson in Relevant Children’s Ministry).

Next week’s webinars… LEA has two daytime, preseason webinars—August 14 and 16 respectively: Oh, What a Grand Year We Will Have by Rich Cohrs and Trusting Jesus—Trusting You by Glenn Grage. Sign up today!


August 10, 2018