The Healing of Our Classrooms

If you are a teacher, why not establish a new concept of the classroom with an awareness of your place within God's creation? A reawakening to and focus on spiritual good inspire an elevated view of the students who enter our schoolrooms. An appreciation of God's completeness supplies all needs. The perception of the competence of divine Mind brings purpose, hope, and fruition to the work done in the schools.

The classroom, indeed, is made up of more than a teacher and students, more than books and a room. Many feel that the classroom is challenging; to others it is boring, irrelevant, or simply a place where one must spend a certain number of hours each day. Educational ideas, methods, and fads abound. But are they the answer? Aren't the people who make up the classroom the elements we need to understand before education becomes viable and useful? But can sociology or the psychology of human behavior or theories of education solve the problems?

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