Yesterday we explored learning styles, today I want us to take that a step farther as we discuss Instructional Models. There are in my experience four basic models: 1) Large Group Instruction, 2) Small Group Instruction, 3) Individual (one on one) Instruction, and 4) Private (Self-Guided) Instruction. Taking these models into the Church setting, here … Continue reading More on Teaching
Education professionals divide learners into three basic learning styles. 1) Auditory Learners. These people learn from listening to lectures or presentations in class. They may take notes, but learn mostly from what they hear. You can give these people verbal directions to a destination and they remember those directions. 2) Visual Learners. This group learns … Continue reading Are We Teaching How They Learn?
We have had, have, and will continue to have many threats to our nation. Some are external like the events of September 11, 2001. Some are internal like racial tension, an uncertain economy, distrust of law enforcement, chemical abuse, injustice, and general violence. We must pull together like we did in the days that followed … Continue reading My Reflections on My Nation’s Needs
While studying for tonight's class on Nehemiah, I came across these notes on my iPad from a sermon by Jim Faughn on April 17 of this year Great stuff here! Jim Faughn, Blackwater-Macedonia CofC. 1. Character- Nehemiah was cupbearer to thnking, a entrusted and honored position. 2. Compassion - he showed Concern over Jerusalem, he … Continue reading Nehemiah and Leadership