Tracks

Look below for examples of typical sessions.
Subject to change

Sessions begin promptly at 3 p.m. on Tuesday, July 24. The last session ends at 12:30 p.m. on Friday, July 27.

Administrators


  • Bible Instruction in Your Schools
  • Management Ideas
  • Smooth Out Your Beginning
  • Personnel Procedures
  • Elementary Academics
  • Kindergarten Academics
  • Supervising Secondary Academics
  • Preschool Curriculum
  • Business Procedures
  • Admission and Evaluation of Students
  • General Office Procedures
  • Integrating Christian Principles into the Academic Area
  • High School Chapel, Assemblies, and Clubs
  • Get the Money
  • Effective Discipline
  • How to Deal with Teenage Rebellion
  • Advertising and Promotion

Office Staff


  • Bible Instruction in Your School
  • Your Office
  • Smooth Out Your Beginning
  • Equipping Your Office
  • The Administrative Secretary
  • Effectively Representing Your School
  • Reception Desk
  • Enrolling / Transferring Students
  • Handling the Clinic
  • Procedures for Orientation Day
  • Purchasing
  • Secretarial Procedures
  • Get the Money
  • PCA Office Tour
  • Cumulative Records

Grades 9–12


  • Vibrancy in Your Bible Class
  • Sr. High History
  • Sr. High Math
  • Sr. High Math Class
  • Sr. High English
  • Secular Humanism in Mathematics
  • Keyboarding
  • Sr. High English Class
  • Bulletin Boards
  • Yearbook Production
  • Planning for Academic Success
  • Sr. High Science
  • Sr. High Bible Class
  • Foreign Language
  • English Composition and Creative Writing
  • Sr. High Science Class
  • Sr. High History Class
  • Physical Education
  • Spanish Class
  • Science Labs / Demos
  • Coaching High School Sports
  • Family / Consumer Sciences
  • Parent / Teacher Relationships
  • Discipline
  • Testing and Evaluation
  • How to Deal with Teenage Rebellion
  • Effective Teaching Procedures

Grades 7–8


  • Vibrancy in Your Bible class
  • Jr. High Bible Class
  • Jr. High Science
  • Jr. High Science Class
  • Jr. High English
  • Secular Humanism in Mathematics
  • Keyboarding
  • Bulletin Boards
  • Yearbook Production
  • Planning for Academic Success
  • Jr. High Math
  • Jr. High History
  • English Composition and Creative Writing
  • Jr. High History Class
  • Jr. High Math Class
  • Jr. High English Class
  • Physical Education
  • Science Labs / Demos
  • Coaching High School Sports
  • Parent / Teacher Relationships
  • Discipline
  • Testing and Evaluation
  • How to Deal with Teenage Rebellion
  • Effective Teaching Procedures

Grades 4–6


  • Teaching Bible
  • Teaching Arithmetic
  • Teaching Science / Health
  • Arithmetic Class
  • Teaching History
  • Activity Time / Art / Class Singing / Physical Education
  • Bible Class
  • Teaching Reading
  • Reading Speed and Comprehension
  • Teaching Language and Composition
  • Making Teaching & Learning More Effective
  • Spelling / Poetry / Penmanship
  • Classroom Management and Discipline
  • Parent / Teacher Relationships
  • Using Review and Motivation / Teaching Aids

Grades 1–3


  • Teaching Bible
  • Gr. 1–2 Teaching Phonics
  • Gr. 3 Teaching Language
  • Gr. 1–2 Phonics Class / Teaching Language / Spelling and Poetry
  • Gr. 3 Teaching Science
  • Gr. 1–2 Teaching Reading
  • Gr. 3 Spelling / Poetry / Penmanship
  • Gr. 1–2 Reading Circles
  • Evaluating Progress
  • Gr. 3 Teaching History
  • Gr. 1–3 Bible Class
  • Gr. 1–2 Teaching Arithmetic
  • Gr. 3 Teaching Arithmetic
  • Gr. 1–2 Arithmetic Class
  • Gr. 3 Arithmetic Class
  • Gr. 1–2 Writing Class
  • Seatwork Explanation / Using Review Effectively / Teaching Aids
  • Gr. 3 Teaching Reading
  • Gr. 1–2 Community Helpers, Science, History, and Health
  • Gr. 3 Reading Class
  • Gr. 1–3 Classroom Management
  • Parent / Teacher Relationships
  • Art / Class Singing / Recess
  • Making Teaching & Learning More Effective

K5


  • Teaching Bible
  • Teaching Phonics / Phonics Class
  • Teaching Reading
  • Seatwork Is Important
  • Reading Circles / Demonstration
  • Music / Poetry / Drama
  • Readiness and Language Enrichment
  • Bible Class
  • Parent / Teacher Relationships
  • Teaching Numbers / Numbers Class
  • Teaching Writing / Evaluation / Writing Class
  • Teaching Aids / Games
  • Getting Off to a Great Start
  • Basic Habits and Procedures
  • Guidelines for Classroom Management and Character Training
  • Handling Academic Challenges
  • Art / Social Studies / Science

K4


  • Teaching Bible
  • Teaching Phonics
  • Phonics Class
  • Introduction to Seatwork and Reading Circles
  • Music Time / Art / Recess
  • Bible Class
  • Parent / Teacher Relationships
  • Teaching Numbers
  • Teaching Writing / Evaluation / Writing Class
  • Teaching Aids / Games
  • Getting Off to a Great Start
  • Basic Habits and Procedures
  • Guidelines for Classroom Management and Character Training
  • Language Development / Poetry and Finger Plays / Drama

Nursery


  • Teaching Bible
  • Teaching Phonics
  • Phonics and Writing Class
  • The Joy of Reading
  • Teaching Language Development
  • Bible Class
  • Teaching Numbers
  • Art / Music / Poetry / Finger Plays
  • Parent / Teacher Relationships
  • Positive Motivation / Bulletin Boards
  • Preschool Tour
  • Orientation and the First Week of School
  • Basic Habits and Procedures
  • Guidelines for Classroom Management

Typical Day Schedule

8–8:55 am Session 1
9:05–9:50 am Session 2
9:55–10:40 am Session 3
10:40–11 am Refreshments
11–11:50 am Session 4
12–12:50 pm Session 5
1 pm Lunch
2–2:50 pm Optional Session
7 pm General Session

Unique seminar scheduling provides for study or relaxation each afternoon.
Track sessions end at 1 p.m. daily. (Evening general sessions begin at 7 p.m.)
In the afternoon, you can choose from optional topics, such as

  • Bulletin Boards/Digital Art
  • Library Procedures
  • Using Technology Effectively
  • Computer Instruction
  • Building a Successful Music Program

Principals can also use the afternoon to meet with their faculty and cover information related to the specific needs of their school.

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