God’s Place in the Classroom

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Have you ever wondered about your religious rights as a teacher?  Has one of your students asked a question that you felt uncomfortable answering because you didn’t know the appropriate response?  This webpage will help you navigate the murky waters of religion and spirituality in the public school systems of the United States.  There’s also a special message for Christian teachers who want to responsibly live what they believe, and information about The Cornerstone Devotions for Teachers.

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God's place in the classroomMessage for Christian Teachers
Religion and Public Schools
Teacher Devotions

 

 

 

Resources for Christian Teachers

Daily Scripture Cards for Teachers

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Free scripture cards for teachers: verses to encourage and inspire

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Angela Watson was a classroom teacher for 11 years and has turned her passion for helping other teachers into a career as an educational consultant based in Brooklyn, NY. As founder of Due Season Press and Educational Services, she has published 3 books, launched a blog and webinar series, designs curriculum resources, and conducts seminars in schools around the world. Check out the free teacher resource pages for photos, tips & tricks, activities, printables, and more.

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1 Joanna G. June 19, 2010 at 10:18 am

Thanks for posting this…I had such a rough year this last year in my second year teaching that I almost thought about going back to my old profession, but God always brought a child in need when I would tell God I’m done I can’t take anymore. Thanks for allowing God to speak through you a word of encouragement. May he bless you and your husband in all you do;).

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2 Angela Watson June 24, 2010 at 11:19 am

You’re very welcome, Joanna. I, too, felt that God uses especially needy children to show me how important my job is. I love looking back at the end of the year and seeing how much progress they’ve made–sometimes complete transformations. :-)

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