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Computers Kids and Christian Education

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Weaving a variety of activities into each Firelight session is easy when you have the right resources. And you don't have to be an expert in art, drama, or computers to do it effectively. These books provide great background for deeper learning and plenty of ideas.

Resources in Education

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Using Computers in Religious Education

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The Computing Teacher

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Australasian Education Directory 2009

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Current Index to Journals in Education

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Bibliographic Guide to Education

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Christian Communication

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This is the first wide-ranging annotated bibliography of available books, articles, theses, and dissertations that deals with all forms and aspects of Christian communication. The volume includes an introduction that is cross-referenced to bibliographies that review the history and major issues of church communication and suggests possibilities for future study; a resource section that surveys periodicals, bibliographic guides, and various directories; seven major bibliographical sections; and three indexes.

Barron s Profiles of American Colleges

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The Education Committees Year Book

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A Reader on Information Communication Technology Planning for Development

Author : Philippines. Unesco National Commission of the Philippines
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Library of Congress Classification L Education

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Australian Education Index

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EUDISED European Educational Research Yearbook 1997 98

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The Role of Computers in Religious Education

Author : Kenneth B. Bedell
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Becoming a Teacher

Author : Colin Marsh
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Marsh, Becoming a Teacher, 5e continues to offer pre-service teachers a practical and user-friendly guide to learning to teach that students find invaluable throughout their entire degree. Marsh covers a comprehensive introduction to teaching methodology, preparing pre-service teachers for the challenges they face in a 21st-century classroom. Throughout the text, students are given the chance to reflect on the major issues facing teachers and students through the use of case studies, classroom examples and references providing opportunities to research topics further.

Childhood Education in the Church

Author : Robert E. Clark
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Early training of children in the basic truths of Christianity has become an increasingly high priority in Christian circles. To satisfy the demand for up-to-date material on the subject, editors Robert Clark, Joanne Brubaker, and Roy Zuck have revised and expanded Childhood Education in the Church. Numerous revisions and several new chapters (some by new authors) have been added, including essays on "Teaching Exceptional Children" and "The Role of Home Schooling in Childhood Education." Written by a wide variety of experts in Christian education, this volume is designed for use in teacher training classes and for professional training in Bible colleges and seminaries. Each of the thirty-five articles explores a specific area of importance to childhood education. Together they present a complete picture of Christian education of children. - back of book.

Computers

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Encyclopedia of American Education A to E

Author : Harlow G. Unger
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Praise for the previous edition: Choice "Outstanding Academic Title" “As the only comprehensive reference on U.S. education, this work is essential for academic libraries and for public libraries seeking to provide thorough coverage of education." Library Journal, starred review “Overall, this volume is first-rate...highly recommended for all education collections and as a gateway source in all types of libraries." American Reference Books Annual “…a worthwhile purchase...[for] general and academic collections, all levels.” Choice The only comprehensive reference to the development and present state of American education, Encyclopedia of American Education, Third Edition contains more than 2,000 entries spanning the colonial period to the present. This authoritative three-volume reference provides a wealth of up-to-date information on virtually every aspect of education, from the evolution of school curriculum, education funding, and church-state controversies to the latest debates on multiculturalism, prayer in school, and sex education. Author Harlow G. Unger, one of the country's foremost education experts, has substantially updated existing entries and added more than 40 new entries. Appendixes include significant federal legislation, important U.S. Supreme Court decisions, and lists of undergraduate majors and graduate school programs. More than 10 new photographs have been added to this edition, and more than half a dozen experts in education served as editorial consultants for this encyclopedia. Key updates include: A new introduction providing an overview of the history of American education Current information on education in each state New statistics and other education figures Entries on new legislation and government actions Coverage of the latest controversies and trends in education. New and revised entries include: Academic quality at state universities Campus security Charitable giving College graduation rates Concurrent enrollment Creation science Crime on campus Dropout rates vs. graduation rates Early college Educational outcomes at U.S. colleges Federal intrusion into education For-profit education High school reform movement Intelligent design Interactive whiteboards Islam National Assessment of Educational Progress results The "No Child Left Behind" law and its effects On-campus military recruitment Online libraries Private foundations Race in college admissions State-by-state academic comparisons State-by-state high school graduation rates Work readiness World Digital Library. Coverage includes: Academic standards Bilingual education Charter schools Classroom and library technology Distance learning Educational gender gap Federal and state education laws Home schooling National and state testing School choice and vouchers U.S. Supreme Court decisions.

Teaching Like Jesus

Author : La Verne Tolbert
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As a teacher, you long to help others do more than understand the Bible. You want them to experience its relevance and power for their lives. Teaching like Jesus is the answer! This commonsense guide offers examples of Jesus' teaching style from the Gospels, then shows how you can make these principles work for you -- regardless of what age group or ethnic background you're dealing with. Using a proven, four-step plan, Teaching Like Jesus gives you action steps, summaries, and other practical resources that will make your classroom a lively place to learn and apply the lessons so vitally important for transforming lives and nurturing disciples. You'll learn to think in terms of "see, hear, and do" in your lesson plans. And you'll find sample plans for age groups and cultures ranging from African-American preschoolers to Chinese married couples.