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September 27, 2018 7:00 p.m. (CDT)
More Than a Vote by Mary Schuldheisz
you know that 75% of U.S. citizens decide who they are going to vote for in a presidential
election, based on television ads? One of the contributing factors to this bleak
statistic could be that 75% of middle school/high school teachers don't think
that teaching civics is important. This workshop will introduce Grade 3-12
teachers to an engaging civics curriculum that is being created by a PT
professor at Concordia University-Portland, who is also an education consultant
with a focus on working with LCMS schools and churches.
October 30, 2018 7:00 p.m. (CDT)
Marriage of Math & Mastery by Barbara Doyle
20-year teaching veteran will share experiences with implementing mastery
learning to varying degrees in math classes. This session includes honest
discussion of everything from the “honeymoon stages” to the reality of the
This webinar is one of LEA’s membership benefits. Guests may
participate for a $40.00 fee.
November 15, 2018 7:00 p.m. (CDT)
Growth Mindset in Lutheran Schools by Stephenie Hovland
In recent years, I
have noticed most of my students have little work ethic and a seeming inability
to try. I even hear teachers close themselves off from their own learning. The
concept of growth mindset has been making the rounds in all educational
circles, including two article in our LEA publication, Shaping the Future.
Let's talk about how we can use this with our Lutheran worldview.