Category Archive: Featured

Mar 22

How excited are we?

Have you ever been so excited about something that you hoped and wished it would last forever? You get a promotion. You plan your dream vacation and make the final reservations and preparations to leave. Whatever you have been waiting for and planning for weeks, months, or even years is finally going to happen and …

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Apr 22

What do you do for Stress Release?

What do you do for release, to relieve stress? Life happens, the grass is not always green, and things do not always go our way. We must all find ways to deal and cope with stressful situations or we will explode and snap at others. For me, my release is running. Thank you to my …

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Dec 31

Book Review: Born to Learn without Schooling

BecauseĀ of my passion and interest in creative education techniques, I was asked to read and post a book review on Born to Learn: How Children Learn Without Schooling by Kytka Hilmar-Jezak. The author is very passionate about how children learn and showing creative teaching and learning methods. Her book gives a good description of how …

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Oct 28

Learning to be the Light

This month in Kids Church we have been learning and discussing creativity. The latest lesson focused on shining a light on different items and creatively using them to share Jesus. How would you use a screwdriver to share Jesus? How would you use a broom to share Jesus? Students were given a bag with which …

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Sep 27

Love Letters from God book review

Are you looking for a short devotional book? This book presents Bible stories in easy-to-read formats with Scripture references. Each story is followed by a Love Letter from God to apply the Biblical story to modern daily living. At the end of the book, there is a space to include a letter to God to …

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Sep 01

Drive with Headlights on

Transformative Assessment in higher education can be compared to hands-on active learning in lower grades. To evaluate higher education programs, schools and faculty were using student surveys to determine program effectiveness. However, these tools often failed to measure student learning and gave poor understandings of program effectiveness and faculty success. Those current assessment tools failed …

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