Don’t Cover Up, Own Up

| from Lauren Roman | Have you noticed that a child who’s done something wrong can try to cover it up and/or escape responsibility without any training? If you haven’t,

Engagement Jesus’ Way

| from Dr. Kathy Koch | For all of time, children’s attention spans have been discussed. Or maybe it’s a truer statement to say they’ve been questioned. “Why can’t they

Don the Mantle

| from Tina Hollenbeck | “Write about your summer vacation.” “Write a book report.” “Write an essay about the Battle of the Bulge.” We’ve surely all seen directions like this

Study Your Students

from Dr. Kathy Koch For many children, a new school year is beginning. That means a new year is beginning for you, too. Here’s what I’ve been thinking about lately:

Embrace The Imperfect Student – A “No More Perfect Kids” Reflection

[guestpost]Randy Thomas is blogging for me today. I’m sure he’ll inspire us and give us much to think about. I’m grateful for his friendship and role on staff as the

Why Do Kids Make Mistakes? (Book Excerpt From “No More Perfect Kids”)

I sure hope you’ve had an opportunity to purchase, read, and learn from my new book, No More Perfect Kids, that I was privileged to write with the brilliant Jill