As a Christian teacher in a public school, you may be surprised to discover that religious discussions are not quite as taboo as you might think.
In fact, it is legal to teach about religion in the public school as long as you do it in an academic matter and don't try to convert your students.
Join us as we speak with Finn Laursen, director of CEAI, who shares with us his knowledge of what is and isn't legal for Christian teachers in the public school.
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Next week we'll be discussing how Christian teachers can legally bring up God & religion in the classroom. But before we get there, we have to answer a very important question - should we?
In other words, is it morally or ethically right to talk about religion in a public school?
In this episode, we examine two common objections to religion in the classroom and see why they might not be quite as valid as so many tend to think.
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Tracking homework and trying to hold students accountable can quickly become a teachers' nightmare. But before you bang your head against the wall, try some of these simple tips to manage homework without going crazy.
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When parents complain about you to administration, it's easy to get defensive, frustrated, and even discouraged.
But if you take the right approach, you can turn a parent complaint into an opportunity for growth and even increased cooperation moving forward.
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