CPH EDU Blog

  • A Communal Feast

    A Communal Feast

    In some circles the word “curriculum” is anathema. It is far better, this thinking asserts, to take a relaxed approach to education, to teach a la carte, or to let the child decide what and when...

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  • The Intellectual Dark Web and You

    The Intellectual Dark Web and You

    The Advent of On-Demand Media Like many college students, I hopped around between a few majors before landing firmly in the education world. One of those majors was telecommunications. At the...

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  • Summer Reading for Teachers

    Summer Reading for Teachers

    Ahhh, summertime and the living is easy . . . right? No, not really. Just because it’s June or July doesn’t mean teachers stop thinking about teaching. Most of the teachers I know spend their...

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  • Thank you, Lutheran teacher, for changing lives.

    Thank you, Lutheran teacher, for changing lives.

    As summer quickly approaches, you’re probably thinking about the year in review—or perhaps you’re simply looking forward to a relaxing summer. Either way, you’ve just spent a year putting your...

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  • The Joy and Challenge of Summer Vacation

    The Joy and Challenge of Summer Vacation

    The other night, I sat down with a local Lutheran school principal after work to catch up on some things and discuss some projects that were happening at his school. I had some ideas that might...

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  • Protecting Your Family Online

    Protecting Your Family Online

    As a parent, God has entrusted you with the care and upbringing of your children. This task has not changed throughout all time. We are called to bring them to the life-giving water of Holy...

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  • The Joy at the End of the Fast

    The Joy at the End of the Fast

    This year was the first time that I had ever been to an Easter Vigil service, and I took my preschool daughter with me. I was worried about how late it was; the service started about fifteen...

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  • Working for the Lord

    Working for the Lord

    Today marks the last day of our devotions on encouraging words found in Colossians, and we’re going to begin with a question: Who do you work for? Your answer may be the name of your school, your...

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  • Put on Love

    Put on Love

    When you get ready in the morning, you “put on” many things. You put on clothes, socks, and shoes. When it’s chilly, you put on a hat or a jacket. If you’re a coffee drinker, you may put on a pot...

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  • Paying the Bills

    Paying the Bills

    Of all of the responsibilities that adults have to carry, one of the least liked is paying the bills. Not only does paying the bills require a fair amount of responsibility and organization, but...

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  • Teaching Art: Process or Product? Authentic or Crafty? Right or Wrong?

    Teaching Art: Process or Product? Authentic or Crafty? Right or Wrong?

    Throughout my teaching career, I have seen various ways to approach art with young children. Before receiving my master’s degree in early childhood education, I received a bachelor’s degree in...

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