NEW at www.lea.org …
Following up on last week’s emoji cautionary statement, see resources from Emoji Kids Ministry
(CTA). (Thanks to Jane Fryar for this
No news is… well, no news, which is what
it will be on Friday, April 27. The next issue will be on May Day.
is right for you to read “What Did I Get Myself Into?”
by Denise Rice. 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 on how
to handle this.
describing and understanding Gen Z characteristics: Gen Zs Stare Into the Phone (Relevant
Christian biblical worldview… While most
of the following reformed sources need
your Lutheran discernment, some may inform you in the struggle to address
worldviews other than Christian biblical:
(Thanks to Roy Faletti for this lead.)
April 24, 2018
for previous issue
ECEnet, SECnet, MIDnet,
Shaping the Future Spring 2018 issue
Good for kids… See Tools for Talking With Students About Disability by Mona Fuerstenau, one of four feature
articles in the new issue of Shaping the
Curriculum Alignment—the Purpose, Process, and Resulting Product was
rescheduled for Monday, April 23 at 7:00 p.m. (CDS). You may register here.
For good measure… Managing Family Time While Doing Ministry
String along with THREAD, which Lutheran Hour Ministries bills as
“an open and honest conversation about life, faith, and Jesus.” It’s
relevant—and a bit edgy (in a healthy way).
Innovation… 5 Tools to Present Content in Non-Traditional Ways (Tech&Learning).
About religious education… Making the Transition: The Effect of School Sector on Extended Adolescence – a report from Cardus.
On integrating faith… Give some thought
to See the Story, Live the Story (CACE).
April 20, 2018