Resources for Teachers

We’re passionate about providing educational resources for teachers, administrators, counselors, and any other professionals who work in K-12 schools.

Resources
In response to requests from national and local ministries of education or non-governmental organizations (NGOs), ISP has developed several curricula for your classroom and beyond. Some of these curricula are offered through educational workshops organized by ISP.

DreamMakers-DreamBreakers was created to address the pressing social issues of drug and alcohol abuse, and promiscuity. The stories of three students and their grandmothers are told through the lessons, forming a scarlet thread that holds the curriculum together. The teacher also uses a secret box, taking the letters from the grandmothers and unusual objects out of the box. Convincing stories and vivid characters make lessons interesting and memorable.

No matter what country you live in, popular culture can have a devastating effect on families. As whatever feels good replaces traditional values, parents often feel hopeless, neglecting their leadership in the home. Shaping Your Child’s Future is designed for parents to help restore their authority in the home and give them practical tools to develop their parenting skills.

Tips for Teachers –

DatingAtWork

Should I Date My Colleague?

Having feelings for a coworker isn’t a new problem. But deciding whether to act on these feelings can feel scary. While everyone’s situation is a little different, there are two categories that you should think about before jumping in.

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Kid's Slang

Keeping Up with Student Slang

With hundreds of students passing you in the school halls, you hear slang much more than parents or other adults. Rather than ignore or reject these new phrases, it’s vital to (at the very least) understand their definitions.

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Healthy Families

Is it Right to Keep Vital Information from Parents?

“It takes a village to raise a child,” says the old African proverb, conveying beliefs we all share. The “village” includes schools, religious organizations, and activities for sports and the arts, but parents are the primary authority in the life of a child.

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Square Peg, Round Hole

Using Differentiation in the Classroom

Differentiated instruction is the process of tailoring lessons to meet each student’s individual interests, needs, and strengths. Teaching this way gives students choice and flexibility in how they learn, and helps teachers personalize the learning for each child.

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