DO-IT-YOURSELF IN-SERVICE TRAINING FOR THE TEACHER WHO WANTS TO KEEP LEARNING

Teacher is a collection of articles on various topics in Christian education, including educational philosophy, organization, and motivation. Organized according to John Milton Gregory’s famous book The Seven Laws of Teaching, most of them were originally published in Journal for Christian Educators and other educational publications from January 1988 to the present. They provide the classroom teacher with a single-source in-service training program of continuing education. Whether the information in these articles is new to the reader or a refreshing reminder, it provides something for every teacher at any grade level.

FROM THE FOREWORD BY DR. CHARLES WALKER, former editor of Journal for Christian Educators and Executive Director of the Tennessee Association of Christian Schools: “A must-read for every Christian school educator.”

Dennis L. Peterson
Independent author/historian

The author and compiler, Dennis L. Peterson, brings to this inspirational look at the calling of Christian teacher insights from the multiple perspectives of his 30 years in Christian education: classroom teacher, principal, education writer, parent, editor of educational materials, and textbook author. He has authored numerous articles published in a wide variety of educational journals, including Journal for Christian Educators, Christian Teacher, Christian Classroom, Christian Home & School, Teachers of Vision, Homeschooling Today, Practical Homeschooling, and Home Education Magazine. His work has also been published in Brio, Junior Trails, Today’s Christian Teen, Nature Friend, Scouting, The Writer, The Christian Writer, Christian Communicator, True West, Blue Ridge Country, and many other magazines. Peterson has written two other books, Confederate Cabinet Departments and Secretaries (2016) and Look Unto the Hills: Stories of Growing Up in Rural East Tennessee (2017).

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