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How to Double Your Child's Grades
This PowerPoint can be used as a teacher or parent in-service training.  The presentation addresses the effects of failing grades followed by suggestions on how to help students get organized for learning, how to conduct a daily achievement checkup, how to help a student visualize success, and how to combine God's Word with praise. The documents to the right present several helpful resources, Click on the link to access. You can also download a  PowerPoint Show or PDF File and Handouts.
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A New Approach to Christian Education - Spirit-Directed Education
The major focus of public education is centered on educating the mind and body. Very little attention is given to educating the spirit. Most Christian schools approach the educational process very similar to public schools. In addition, they add Bible as a subject, and many present a curriculum based on a biblical Christian worldview, including the use of textbooks published by Christian publishers such as Bob Jones University Press and ABeka Books. They may have chapel services during the week and even add praise and worship as part of the classroom experience. However, very few Christian schools have as their focus educating the spirit of a student. 
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Do you know of a classroom where the teacher is having a difficult time getting student attention? Getting and keeping attention of students in the classroom is a key action needed to effectively and efficiently teach any task. If it takes 5 minutes per subject to get student attention before he/she begins to teach, by the end of the school year, this teacher would have wasted two weeks of instructional time just getting student attention. The following three presentations show teachers how they can become effective task masters. Not ones that impose a harsh workload for students. But an educator who has become an expert in the techniques needed to train students to complete various tasks. The following three presentations range from 11 to 16 minutes. There are handouts and a PDF file that follow along with each presentation.