Rebecca is a student at Concordia University, St. Paul pursuing a degree in 5–12 Education: Communication Arts and Literature as a Lutheran classroom teacher. She minors in journalism and is the editor-in-chief of the school newspaper, The Sword. She also enjoys playing bass guitar for worship services on campus and co-leading the women’s Bible study, Propel. When Rebecca is not writing, she goes on hikes with her dog, Cora.

Recent Posts by Rebecca Beasley

What I Wish I Knew before Teaching My First Lesson

My very first time teaching a classroom lesson was at a small Lutheran school in St. Paul, Minnesota. I was working with a class of about ten eighth-graders, helping them identify active and passive voice in writing. If you’re not an English nerd, you’re probably thinking, “Wow, what a boring lesson!”

5 Must-Reads for Lutheran Teachers

There are a lot of professional-development books out there, but few are written specifically for the Lutheran teacher. Take a look at some of the suggestions below. They include books on teaching students and teaching the faith, so every challenge and question can be touched on.

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