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    Esperanza Rising - Daily Lesson Guide Grade 6 New!!
    NAD Pathways 2.0 Grade 6 selection for Theme 9: Social Issues & Culture. Esperanza and her mother are forced to leave their life of wealth and privilege in Mexico to go work in the labor camps of Southern California, where they must adapt to the harsh...

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    First Flight - A Mother Hummingbird's Story - Daily Lesson Guide and Trade Book Grade 6 New!!
    NAD Pathways 2.0 Grade 6 selection for Theme 3: Living Things. First Flight is the beautifully photographed story of Honey and her two chicks, Ray and Zen. In over 50 stunning, full-color close-ups, it captures the grace, the beauty, and the simultaneous...

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    Galimoto - Daily Lesson Guide and Trade Book Grade 2 New!!
    NAD Pathways 2.0 Grade 2 selection for Theme 5: Friends & Family. When seven-year-old Kondi decides to fashion a galimoto (a generic term for various push-toys made from wires and sticks), his older brother is convinced that a small boy should not undertake...

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    Gifts of an Eagle - Daily Lesson Guide and Trade Book Grade 7 New!!
    NAD Pathways 2.0 Grade 7 selection for Theme 3: Living Things. The true story of a father, his son, and a magnificent golden eagle named Lady, who lived with them for sixteen years before returning to the wild with a mate.

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Exemplifying Redemptive Discipline

Posted on Thursday August 22, 2019

The school administrator’s professional reputation depends on the standard of discipline in his/her school more than on any other factor. Good discipline brings good results in every field of school endeavor (Griffin, 1994). On the other hand, poor discipline can become problematic for all of the administrators involved. The major challenge for school faculty then … Continued

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Educação TV Novo Tempo – parte 2

Posted on Wednesday August 21, 2019

No ar há 8 anos pela TV Novo Tempo, o programa Educação viaja o Brasil e alguns países da América do Sul em busca de temáticas do fascinante universo acadêmico. Desde a educação infantil até a fase universitária, o objetivo é ser uma vitrine de ideias para professores e um cartão de visitas para os … Continued

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Stirring up Authentic Communities

Posted on Monday August 19, 2019

There is a New Zealand saying that comes to mind when I think of how we are to approach our role as educators. It goes he tangata, he tangata, he tangata – What is most important in the world?: The people, the people, the people. Maybe my connection to this philosophy is merely just the … Continued

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The Power of Relationship

Posted on Thursday August 15, 2019

For a student, belonging precedes believing. Through encounters that establish friendship and community, we connect with students in faith-forming ways. Availability. Jesus was accessible. He talked with the woman at the well (John 4:5-42). He joined the wedding celebration at Cana (John 2:1-11). He traveled to Sidon to interact with a foreigner (Matthew 15:21-28). He … Continued

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