Essentially, learning means a change in your thinking, a change in your feeling, a change in your behavior. Learning means that change takes place in the mind, in the emotions, and in the will.
Howard G. Hendricks
Dear Kingdom Educator,
Allow me to begin by assuring you that the calling you have - to teach children in His name - is the most rewarding and remarkable professional journey any believer can be asked to take. That doesn't mean that it is an easy road, but that's where we come in. We believe in Kingdom Education - we believe in you. It is our desire that this blog will be a helpful connection point with you during the coming school year. Please check back often for perspectives and resources based on the 5 Core Values of a Kingdom Teacher as well as information concerning new initiatives being developed and upcoming training opportunities, for student as well as educators.
Once again, thank you for investing in your professional life by attending our INFUSION Teacher Training summer institute. May God richly bless you as you serve Him this coming school year.
Because of Him, Deni Corbett Director of KSI Teacher Training BecomingaKingdomTeacher@gmail.com
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The purpose of this training is to identify five core values that define a Kingdom teacher. Each core value has five unique objectives which we examine in detail.
Attendees follow a four step evaluation for each core value: 1. We describe the core value and justify why it is one of the five core values which define a Kingdom teacher. 2. Attendees will be asked to participate in a personal response for each one of the value objectives. 3. Teachers will then be asked to reflect on each distinctive and complete a survey that assesses their level of accomplishment. 4. Finally they will define a MAP (Make a Plan) by identifying areas in which they want to see growth as well as the action steps needed inorder to accomplish the goal.
The difference between a desire and a goal? A desire is something we want but do not have control over. A goal is something we want and have control over.
The result of participating in the Kingdom teacher training is a teacher who sets goals and is focused on being all they are called to be in Christ, and an administrator who has a customized teacher assessment tool available from each teacher who attends.