Education

Engage and Communicate Through Social Media

LEA is pleased to announce  Engage and Communicate Through Social Media    Presented by Sarah Guldalian Available Now Description: Parents of today were raised in a digital age, and they juggle multiple apps and social media platforms in their everyday lives. It is crucial that you communicate promptly and on the right platforms to ultimately keep their… Read more »

IN DISTRICT CURRICULUM CONVERSATIONS: 2019-2020

GRADE 4 CURRICULUM CONVERSATION (9.20.19) The 2019-2020 Indiana District Curriculum Conversation series has begun! Grade 4 teachers met on September 20 at Holy Cross Lutheran School, Indianapolis. Hot topics included project based learning, growth mindset, and instructional differentiation. It was a great day of connecting and learning! We feel: From L to R: Tim Moses… Read more »

School Mailing from LCMS School Ministry – Great Reading

Check out the LCMS School Ministry Mailling for October!  You can find this EVERY month at LuthEd.org  under RESOURCES.  Older mailings are there too!   Read it, share it, print it, and best of all- it’s FREE. This month includes: Alight “Where Schools Flourish, all Flourishes” by Dr. Rebecca Schmidt Computer File “What is Next in… Read more »

ONE IN CHRIST Pastor’s Guide for Early Childhood Education

The One in Christ Pastors Guide for Early Childhood Education offers a collection of informational articles about a pastor’s role in early childhood education and ministry as well as in the congregation.  The guide also includes an overview of the Early Childhood levels of the One in Christ Religion series from Concordia Publishing House.  It… Read more »

Early Childhood Education: A Special Opportunity for Congregations

“The growth of the importance, impact and influence of early childhood education upon children, parents, and families is significant and is expanding.  Countless people have come to know Jesus or have grown in their faith in Jesus through early childhood centers, programs and educators.  In addition, early childhood education experiences have given parents tools to… Read more »

Early Childhood Resources from the Indiana Deptartment of Education

Social Studies Guidance IDOE is pleased to release the Early Learning Guidance documents for the Social Studies Foundations. The document can be found on the Early Learning website. Early Learning Newsletter #INspirEDearly, IDOE’s Early Learning Newsletter, has released its August edition. Read all the latest information here.

New Sharing Christ through Education Video Available to View

Summer at the Indiana District:  Whoosh! Perhaps your summer might be characterized by the playful poem, Here Comes, by Shel Silverstein: Here comes summer, here comes summer, chirping robin, budding rose. Here comes summer, here comes summer, gentle showers, summer clothes. Here comes summer, here comes summer—Whoosh—school—there it goes! In truth, I inserted “school” in... Read more »

Chroncis Absenteeism Resources

Some students miss too much school.  What can the principal do?   The Indiana Department of Education has a site devoted to help schools decrease absenteeism at their school.   Check out the resources found at doe.in.gov/school-improvement/attendance/chronic-absenteeism-resources   

Beyond Islands

Reprinted from The Lutheran Schools eNewsletter. Posted on June 16, 2019 by Jessica Neuman – Lutheran Spirit, Quality Education Technically the IDCI – Social Studies Curriculum Team finished three days ago. However, I can’t stop thinking about the great experience I had being a part of this team and pilot program. I had the opportunity… Read more »