God’s Big Story

After drinking my morning coffee, scarfing down a muffin, and almost getting lost on a convoluted university campus, I finally made it to the classroom of my first graduate class. The course was Mineralogy for Science Teachers, and I was taking it as a part of my summer professional development. It was my first time […]

In Touch with TeachBeyond

We invite you to get ‘In Touch with TeachBeyond’! Hear the latest news from across the world Watch testimonies from teachers in Thailand 🇹🇭, Ethiopia 🇪🇹, and the Middle East Interact with Jack, a RS teacher at Grace International School (Thailand); Will, Head of Primary School at International Education Services (Creative access location in the […]

Triangles, Trains, and Excellent Teaching

As an administrator responsible for overseeing instruction, I could tell when good teaching was happening in classrooms. Yet while I could see and feel it, I had great difficulty articulating it. Every teacher is different. Every class is different. There is no one way to teach. And certainly no one way to create an excellent […]