Best Practices

By Elizabeth Hoham for The Fort Wayne Lutheran and TLSP One of the most thrilling moments for teachers is often called the “Ah-ha” moment: when a concept clicks with a student, and he or she “gets it.” The lightbulb goes off, and it all makes sense. The child smiles. She gets… Read More

Face to Face in the Days of Home Based

Posted on Apr 06, 2020 by Mark Muehl - Best Practices

Navigating the rapid changes for schools in the last few weeks has been a tremendous job for administrators and teachers. While some of our schools had participated in e-learning in the past, not all had experience with delivering instruction in this way. Extended remote… Read More

Feeding Minds and Bodies

Posted on Mar 30, 2020 by Mark Muehl - Best Practices

When the decision to move schooling to a home-based model was made recently, one of the first concerns of some educators was not for the academic or social needs of students, but for their physical needs. Many families count on school lunches for one meal per day for their… Read More

Putting the Vision in Writing

Posted on Dec 01, 2019 by Alicia Levitt - Best Practices

In my last article, I wrote about National Lutheran Schools Accreditation, or NLSA. One of my goals as Academic Excellence Coordinator is to help schools with Section 5 of the NLSA Self-Study, called “Teaching and Learning”. I seek ways to support our schools as they discover… Read More

Podcast Newsletter

Posted on Sep 28, 2019 by Alicia Levitt - Best Practices

Drive to school. Drive to work. Drive to church. Drive to the grocery store. Drive to the soccer field. Many days, I feel like a taxi driver or an extension of my vehicle. The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety found that in 2017, Americans spent an average of 51 minutes per day… Read More

Reflecting on Another School Year

Posted on May 26, 2019 by Alicia Levitt - Best Practices

The end of the school year has come, and rather quickly, it seems! The final days of a school year are often filled with many emotions. Joy, sorrow, regret, fulfillment, and more can mingle together in our hearts and minds. As students, teachers, and parents say goodbye to a… Read More

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