Welcome to the Teaching and Learning Lab: Classroom-based Professional Development

Steven LevyThe CACE Roundtable, The Teachers' Lounge1 Comment

Observing good models of teaching can be helpful, but the whole idea of demonstration lessons is problematic. On the one hand, you do want to learn new ideas that might help you become a better teacher. On the other hand, “Who is this person? Who does this ‘expert’ think he or she is coming into my room and showing me up with some fancy lesson?”

Crisis Mode: 10 Keys to Unlock Thriving in Christian School Leadership – Part 3 of 5

Josh BowarCrisis Mode, The CACE Roundtable1 Comment

Leadership is hard, and school leaders benefit from the opportunity to process situations, events, and their own leadership. Schools that provide access to and support for self-stewardship and counseling better serve and will be better served by their school leaders. School leaders and their boards should prioritize resources that promote mental, emotional, and physical wellbeing.

Learning in the Continuum

Kent EzellThe CACE Roundtable2 Comments

Many of us were taught to have a beginning, middle, and end to our lessons. In other words, we thought it was important to close out our lessons neatly. The Zeigarnik Effect suggests that we reconsider.