MLC Graduate Students Are Bloggers!
In recent months, the following graduate students and their articles have been published:
- Michael Plocher – Using an Inquiry Approach to Teach Science
- Amanda Johnson – How Can a Lutheran Teacher Accommodate ESL Students?
- Liz Koester – Can Lutheran Schools Employ Child-Led Learning?
- Nicole Rosenbaum – Should Lutheran Schools Retain Students?
- Al Labitzke – Should Lutheran Teachers Flip Their Classrooms?
Issues in Lutheran Education is a blog designed to promote the discussion of topics important to Lutheran education in the 21st century. It is published twice each month, and readers can contribute to the discussion. It's all free.
Do you have a topic you recently researched that is pertinent to other Lutheran teachers? Graduate students are invited to submit blogs of 500 – 750 words. Visit the blog, and click on the “about” tab for submission instructions.
Join the growing list of MLC graduate students leading the professional discussion among WELS educators!