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Love. Some he’ll teach you by his company. Some, by his lack of it.


Six Hands-On Spelling Stations

One of the biggest challenges to teaching abroad is finding products to put to use. I remember when I first arrived in Taipei, navigating not only a new city, but also a new culture was enough to deter me from getting creative in my teaching approach. 1,457 more words


Health or Jobs?

A recent news report about the reaction of some officials in Alabama to the EPA’s new standards for carbon emissions from coal-fired power plants [ 241 more words


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Ken Kastle is a parishioner with me at our church St. John the Evangelist Anglican Church in Abington, PA. He writes a blog called “Looking at Things Through My Eyes.” Mr. Kastle has had a long career in education and often views his politics as I do, so I often find his blog posts compelling. Below is one of the posts to his blog, enjoy!

With authority... (Mark 1:21-28)

They went to Capernaum, and when the Sabbath came, Jesus went into the synagogue and began to teach. The people were amazed at his teaching, because he taught them as one who had authority, not as the teachers of the law. 825 more words

Glimpses Of His Glory

Believe in Possibility

“Creation began with the possibility of an impossibility” –hope lyda

Each morning I open my eyes and am faced with a new day of infinite possibility; a blank canvas of sorts. 507 more words


Getting children to read...

Some fantastic ideas to help get children motivated to read. I will definitely be using some of these ideas in my class!

37 Ways to Help Kids Learn to Love Reading | Edutopia.