Teachers Week

Dates: 
Aug 01, 2017 to Aug 04, 2017
Held each August, Teachers Week provides an opportunity for new and experienced teachers to participate in workshops and work sessions designed to increase their effectiveness in the classroom.

OVERVIEW

Teachers Week includes content for new and experienced teachers. Content-focused workshops and work sessions discuss history, science, math, literature, spelling, Bible, and more.

2017 PROGRAM

GENERAL ASSEMBLIES

Authority (Foundation and Basis, Personal, Community, In Action)
Melvin Lehman

 

SPLIT SESSIONS: NEWER TEACHERS

Educating for the Kingdom
Jeremy Sauder

SPLIT SESSIONS: EXPERIENCED TEACHERS

Identifying and Developing your Strengths
Howard Lichty

45 WORKSHOPS

  • Phonics: Learning to Read - Glenda Miller & Ruth Anna Kuhns
  • Majoring in Motivation - Deana Swanson
  • Classroom Management in a Cross-Cultural Classroom - Amy Zimmerman
  • Reviewing Effectively - Virgil Nisly
  • Improving Communication with Fellow Staff - Diana Sauder
  • and many more

11 INTERACTIVE WORK SESSIONS

  • New Teacher Orientation - Esther Bean, Howard Bean
  • Seven Ways of Learning - Sharon Yoder (FULL)
  • Teaching High School Math Concepts Effectively - Rolin Martin
  • Educational Games Motivate Learning - Wanda Hoover
  • Beginning Word, Excel, and Powerpoint - Ed Brunet
  • Art Class - Bettina Yoder (FULL)
  • Enjoying Poetry with Students - Jonas Sauder
  • Wonders of the Human Brain - Anthony Hurst
  • Teaching History: Boring to Beautiful - Deana Swanson
  • Dyslexia: What Is It and What Can You Do About It? - David Eicher
  • Choir Survival Kit - Jeff Swanson

REGISTRATION CLOSED

Registration has reached capacity, but we are accepting additional registrations to a waiting list. You may add your name to the waiting list below; we will contact you to collect the registration fee if we are able to accept you.

Work Session Descrip.