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It only took me 13 years to figure this out…

I’d like to share with you something that’s, well, a little embarrassing to admit…

But first, a little background:

As teachers, we all know how important it is for our students to feel known and loved. The old saying, “Students don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care” is spot on. You can better motivate, quell misbehavior, and more effectively share the Gospel with students who know you truly care about them.

Knowing this, I spent year after year attempting to get to know my students through various assignments, class activities, and projects. They were fun and worked to an extent, but never to the level I was hoping.

Then finally, after 13 years of trying this and trying that, the Holy Spirit gave me an insight that was a TOTAL GAME CHANGER…

In the following video, I’ll share with you what I finally did that made a world of difference. In addition, I have a free download that you can use within your own classroom (see below the video for info on this).

I hope and pray this resource and the ideas shared in the video prove to be a game changer for you as much as they did for me!

God bless!
Greg

Want a free copy of this resource?

Subscribe to my e-mail list and it’s all yours!

Simply click on the link above, fill out your info, and then look for the first e-mail I send you. Within this e-mail you’ll find a link with a password that’ll give you complete access to a secret vault of freebies where you’ll be able to download this resource. It’s called “Passions and Prayers” and should be the #11 resource on the list. Enjoy! 🤠

*Already a part of the CRT Crew? Head to The Freebie Vault, enter the secret password, and you’re good to go! 🥳

2 replies »

  1. LOVE IT! I’ve done something very similar over the years – with great success as well – it’s just fun! But I am for sure going to borrow the name “passions and prayers”

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