Category Archives: Ζητέω

Ever Wonder Why Snow White Never Has a Bad Day?

Well, it’s spring once more. God has faithfully sustained the renewal and hope of new life. I would offer that we need similar seasons in our teaching, and more than once every year. We all know life happens, students have (and cause) difficulties, and grading piles up. On the other hand, lights come on, aspirations […]

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Seeking Student Success: Why Do You Grade Assignments?

Why do you grade? Really…at base, why? Is it because it’s part of your contract, because students expect to know how they did, you want students to know how they did, etc.? Why? There are likely multiple reasons you grade, but I want to focus on a too-often overlooked reason. Inspired by recent foolishness in […]

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SEEK THANKFULNESS.

Ever at a Loss for Giving Feedback on Substandard Work? Seek Thankfulness. Have you ever had a submission that you just didn’t know what to do with it? I mean, you want to give effective feedback, you want to be point out what was good, needed addressing, etc., but the student so missed the point […]

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Seeking to Engage

2 Simple Ways to Better Engage Your Students Have you known those people who can make an hour presentation feel like 10 minutes? …or those others who make an hour feel like 4? Well, work on being that first person; your students will thank you…and learn more. How? Here are a couple of principles for […]

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