Christian Education Bible Study
Watch a 2009 presentation to NAD school principals on accreditation protocol. The total length is about 2.5 hours, broken into eleven segments:
How To Create a Teacher E-Clip
"Would you like to know what the Bible says about education? Does the Bible teach that we should give our children a 'Christian' education?" Learn the answers in Dr. Brown's Bible study. Included components:
This how-to video describes how teachers can create and share Teacher E-Clips. E-Clips are short videos of great ideas by great teachers with tips for teachers in a one-minute video format, so teachers can quickly absorb the main idea of other teachers sharing...
Son Harvest County Fair - Student-led Week of Prayer Kit
Grade 5-Grade 8
Download scripts, powerpoints, and songs to prepare your students to lead a Week of Prayer at your school or in your community. A short video and photo gallery provide glimpses of God's love in action as 6th graders lead their school to grow the fruits of...
Teacher E-Clips - Movie Book Trailer, Come Back, Salmon
Grade 1-Grade 4
Are you looking for a creative way to integrate technology and provide media rich assignments? Have your students create a book trailer. This culminating activity allows students to show what they have learned, along with adding their own personality and excitement...
Teacher E-Clips - Reading Loft
This short clip shows a classroom reading loft, complete with puppet show theater.
Teacher E-Clips - Salty Christian Popcorn Company
Grade 3-Grade 6
Students experienced practical learning by starting a business to facilitate understanding the concept of free enterprise. They learned about the mechanics of popcorn popping, performed experiments on expansion and yield, and worked assembly lines. They created...
Boardmanship and Schoolwide Communication
Creating and Managing Successful Teams
Lead versus Boss Management
A presentation for NAD school principals, available in 5 video parts:
Watch a 2009 presentation to NAD school principals on leadership styles and educational administration, in six 10-15 minute segments: