One of the Best Things You Can Do for Your Faculty

October 14-15, 2019

$55–$65 per teacher

Discover new ideas for your teaching ministry through observation in a vibrant Christian school.

Why Attend?

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  • Take a break from your busy routine to relax and grow.
  • Watch sample classroom demonstrations in the grade you teach.
  • Be encouraged to continue making a difference for Christ.
  • Network with other Christian educators.
  • Get practical help specifically for your age group—nursery, kindergarten, elementary, or secondary.
  • Learn how to use modern technology with traditional education.
  • Observe best practices for using the Abeka curriculum.
  • Browse materials at the Abeka book sale.
  • Office staff, learn about accounts receivable, orientation, cumulative records, and more.
This has been a wonderful and blessed experience to take part in. The knowledge I obtained here will greatly enhance my career and calling as a teacher. God Bless!
Hattiesburg, MS
4 INSIGHTFUL TRACKS
Secondary

Secondary

(7–12)
Elementary

Elementary

(1–6)
Kindergarten

Kindergarten/
Nursery

Office

Office

What to Expect

Monday, October 14 7:45 a.m.—4 p.m. CT (with optional evening sessions)
Tuesday, October 15 8 a.m.—2 p.m. CT
What to Expect

Observe Classrooms in Action

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Students and parents come to you for answers. But sometimes you have questions, too! Teachers Clinic will help you find the answers.

While observing live classrooms on your grade level, you’ll see firsthand

  • How to keep your lessons on track
  • Methods to keep students engaged
  • How other teachers handle discipline
  • How to integrate technology
  • Ways to cover the Abeka material while maintaining personal style
Shoemaker

Note From the President

I’d like to invite you to join us for Teachers Clinic 2019. Our goal is to equip Christian school teachers and staff with ideas and methods that can help their ministries.

Through sessions and classroom observation, Christian secondary, elementary, kindergarten, and nursery teachers get practical helps for any classroom. Office staff will learn tips for procedures, records, orientation, and more.

Come glean from 65 years of teaching experience! You’ll find Teachers Clinic a real benefit to your ministry.

Troy A. Shoemaker, Ed.D.
President

President Shoemaker

Tracks


When you come to Teachers Clinic, you’ll get to observe experienced Pensacola Christian Academy teachers.

For the Elementary (1–6) and Kindergarten/Nursery tracks, teachers choose one grade within the track to focus on. Valuable information will be provided, and curriculum sessions will be geared to classroom teachers.

For those in office areas, Teachers Clinic covers helpful procedures, accounts receivable, effective orientation, philosophy and ethics, cumulative records, and other informative topics. Whether you have one office worker or many, this program will be of great help.


Practical Training for New and Experienced Teachers

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As a teacher, you need training and tips you can use! That’s what you’ll find at Teachers Clinic. If you’re a new teacher, you’ll leave with ideas for teaching, class procedures, and classroom management you can put into practice right away. What if you’re an experienced teacher? The Clinic is for you, too! When you’re here, you’ll find new ideas and inspiration—just like the thousands of delegates who’ve come from across the U.S. and several other countries.

Teacher’s Clinic was wonderful and a great opportunity for me as a first year teacher.
Greenville, NC

Cost & Accommodations

Reservations

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Any Christian school is welcome! Since space is limited, register early. Starting one month before the Clinic, call to check availability before registering.

If your school has an Abeka account, please make sure it's current before registering.

Do not make nonrefundable transportation reservations until Clinic reservations have been confirmed by e-mail.

All registrations are subject to approval.

For more information, please contact the Reservation Office
at (850) 478–8496, ext. 2828.

Check-In

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Sunday, October 13

7:30—8:15 p.m. CT

Administration Building
Pensacola Christian College
250 Brent Lane

Late Check–In

Monday, October 14

6:30 a.m. CT

Administration Building
Pensacola Christian College
250 Brent Lane

Important Notes

Two CEUs (Continuing Education Units) may be earned through attendance at Teachers Clinic.

All registrations are subject to approval.

Recording devices are not permitted.

No children in attendance, please.

Prospective college students (Gr. 11–12) are welcome to visit Pensacola Christian College during the Clinic. Arrangements should be made when registering. Please call the Reservation Office at (850) 478–8496, ext. 2828, for details.

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What to Wear

Men

Sessions & Meals
  • Collared shirts and dress pants
  • Please, no shorts or jeans
Recreational/Sports Center
  • Casual pants, traditional jeans, wind pants (required for rock climbing), or shorts
  • No caps, hats, sweatpants, or spandex should be worn.
  • Swimwear should be trunk–style only.

Women

Sessions & Meals
  • Modest knee–length skirts or dresses and modest tops
  • Please no pants, capri pants, short skirts, or sundresses.
Recreational/Sports Center
  • Skirts or loose-fitting walking shorts that are full and to the knee for most activities
  • Wind pants are required for the rock climbing wall and are permitted for ice skating
  • Swimwear should be modest and cover the midriff.
  • T–shirts must be worn when using the FlowRider.

Contact Us



(850) 478-8496, ext. 2828


teachersclinic@pcci.edu


Pensacola Christian College

250 Brent Lane
Pensacola, FL 32503-2267

Pensacola, in Northwest Florida, is located in the central time zone and just off the warm emerald waters of Florida’s Gulf Coast.


Sponsored by Abeka on the campus of Pensacola Christian Academy

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