Educational information published three times a year by the Lutheran Education Association (LEA).
LASE assists and supports schools to address the cognitive, social and spiritual development of children with special needs so they may fully enjoy their Godgiven potential.
We believe helping children with disabilities and special learning needs is a vital part of a Christian education environment.
It is our privilege to help these children thrive.
Dedicated to better understanding the Lutheran distinctions and how they inform higher education, practices, and instruction. The site, a project of Concordia University Nebraska, provides practical examples, ideas, and background for content and instruction in the classroom and congregation.
A treasure trove of resources to assist children in learning about countries and cultures in Asia and around the world.
Asia-focused information and resources on sustainability, environmental issues, and experiential learning.
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Toolkit and curriculum for facilitating conversation within a school or local community around different topics, stimulated by observations of artwork or reflection on writings.
Teaching Channel is a thriving online community where teachers can watch, share, and learn diverse techniques to help every student grow.
The Teach Better Podcast is a series of conversations with teachers about teaching. We talk mostly with faculty in higher education, but will occasionally talk with other teachers too.
Digital literacy is increasingly important for our students – both how to use technology, and how technology works. Do you think that you can’t include technology curriculum because you don’t have access to computing resources for your school? Check this site for a collection of computer science fundamentals teaching lessons for the unplugged classroom.
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