Our goal is to connect educators from around the world who serve in any Lutheran education position. We offer FREE access to this network as a gift from LEA. Simply click here to complete the very simple registration form.
As a member of GLEnet, you will receive the following benefits:
· Tips of the Week (sent to your email address … see samples below)
· Listserv access (ability to read comments made by your colleagues and post your own questions and comments)
· Shaping the Future – LEA’s official online publication made available three times a year
· Apologetic Resources: “A Young Earth ministry perspective, namely contrasting
Scripture to true science now and during the ages” by Jim Pagels. (Michigan
· What a Foolish Idea archived
webinar by Martin Barlau. By the time they
reach middle-school children are confronted with varying concepts about the
origin of the universe and the development of all the life forms that have
existed on earth. In a Christian school, if not elsewhere, they learn about
creation. But their world is also steeped in full blown acceptance of the
principles of evolution. These ideas may also be supported in some Christian
schools, especially at higher levels.
· Did God Really Say? archived webinar by
Martin Barlau. Survival of the fittest is a concept deep in
the bedrock of the theory of evolution. As such, it also shapes the basic
worldview of those who deny the account of creation or of those who are doing
life without God. As Christians, we must ask whether survival of the
fittest, or other aspects of the concept of evolution, are in line with God’s
Word. Did God really say, “Let there be…?” And how does
the concept of survival of the fittest play out in daily life? What should we
be teaching our children? Should our worldview differ?
A helpful how-to? Inspiring Students to Become Global Problem Solvers (Edgar Ochoa in eSchool News). (ASCD Global Education)
Coming soon… Global Collaboration Week. Find out how you might participate.
Finish like the Finnish? 6 Key Principals That Make Finnish Education a Success (EdSurge).
2019 LEA awards cycle is accepting nominations through October 26, 2018. See the awards page for links and additional
information on the 14 categories of awards.
for the previous issue.
In case you missed Tuesday’s grand
opening webinar, Oh, What a Grand Year We Will Have by Rich Cohrs, it is available in the webinar archives.
(Be patient with the confused banter that precedes the actual webinar, please.)
for the 2018–2019 Lutheran School Postcard Exchange
is now open. This is an opportunity for Lutheran schools to connect to each
other as we share information about our schools and communities. (Thanks to
James Kroll for this lead.)
The 2019 LEA awards cycle is
accepting nominations through October 26, 2018. See the awards page for links and additional
information on the 14 categories of awards.
If some of the kids in your class puzzle you,
the problem might be that they are “2e” See Twice Exceptional Children: A Paradox in the Classroom, a feature article by Denise Rice in the latest Shaping the Future.
Global thinking in the U.S. Learn How Two Schools Are Thinking Globally and Taking Action Locally (Education Week
Learn more about Asia Lutheran EducationAssociation.
August 17, 2018
Tips is (are?) back. We hope LEA’s tips will lead you to
useful resources with minimal effort and time. We also hope to slant some of
those tips towards awareness of where they fit in with the Christian, biblical
worldview. Oh… feel free to embellish or comment on any of the tips. Just use
“reply to all” or create a fresh post to email@example.com.
Use your LEA colleagues to provide advice or solutions to your teaching situations,
questions, and issues. Post to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Be sure to see
Phil Frusti’s Year 51: The Harvest is Still Plentiful on the GLEnet page in the new issue of Shaping the Future. Browse the entire
Get a copy of 2018/2019
chapel talks from our friends at LeadaChild/Kids
Helping Kids. Take time to browse around their entire website too. While it’s
on your mind, get your copy of the LCMS Chapel Talks for
Teaching about China? See Using Inquiry to Teach About China (Doug Young in Education Week Global Learning).
The 2019 LEA awards cycle will
accept nominations beginning August 6. See the awards page
for links and additional information on the 14 categories of awards.
Have you encountered this? The Unteachable Moment (ExchangeEveryDay).
Get to know your students with a Back-to-School Survey (education world).
Consider adding one question to the 10 provided: What do you know about Jesus? If you are using the PDF provided,
you could just dictate this question.
August 10, 2018
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