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Speaker’s Bureau

New Workshops

Administrative Techniques

How to Help Your Teachers Succeed

Reflective Teaching

Athletics/Physical Fitness

Personal Fitness Planning, Part I

Personal Fitness Planning, Part II

Physical Education 101, Part I

Physical Education 101, Part II

Classroom Management

Virtual Classroom Management

Communication

Preparing for the Parent-Teacher Conference

The Flipped Learning Experience

Drama/Speech

School Programs: Agony and Ecstasy

English/Language Arts

Every Teacher Should be a Literacy Teacher: Reading and Writing Across the Curriculum (K-6)

Turnitin.com and the Writing Process across the Curriculum

Foreign Language

An Introduction to Communicative Language Teaching

Basic Spanish Review: A Survival Guide

Foreign Language Education: Why? and How?

The Proficiency-Based Foreign Language Classroom: What does it look like?

Instructional Strategies

Individualizing Instruction in the Elementary Grades

Missions

Go Ye Into All the World: Helping Students become Disciple-makers

Music

Developing a Children's Choir Program

Selecting Quality Children's Choir Literature

Sprucing Up Your Elementary Music Classroom

The Cat in the Hat and Other Musical Ideas for the Elementary Classroom

The Effective Choral Program

Personal Development

When God’s Ways are NOT Our Ways

Professional Development

Characteristics of the 21st Century Teacher

Long Range Planning - Seeing the Big Picture

Short Range Planning - Setting Objectives and Providing Feedback

Taking the Next Step in Professional Development - Becoming a Teacher Leader

The Process of Professional Development

Reading

Early Literacy: More Than Just the ABC's

Science

Demos for Dummies: Tips for Better Science Demonstrations

Staying Safe in the Science Lab

Teaching Methods

Quality Tools and Assessment for Student Success

Tired of Worksheets? Bump-up to the Top of Bloom's with Project-based Learning (K-6)

Your Classroom: Active or Passive?

Testing

Moving Beyond the Test: Formative Assessment in the Elementary Classroom (K-6)