Curriculum needs to be wisely chosen and effectively used. Sometimes Bible teachers must adapt the curriculum, making tweaks, to better fit their situation and/or students.
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- Sunday School Curriculum Guide - deals mainly with curriculum for children
- Tips for Choosing the Right Student Curriculum
- Tried and True curriculum evaluation questions
- What to Look for in Choosing Curriculum
- A DVD-driven curriculum can add FUEL to your teaching plan
- Can't Always Blame Curriculum If Bible Teaching Not Going Well
- Check the Vital Statistics
- Fuel your DVD-driven student curriculum
- Uncover the Myths about Curriculum
- A Lesson Worth Teaching by Ministry Tools Resource Center
This teacher training workbook alludes to the use of printed curriculum presenting the need to "tweak" it if necessary to make it a lesson worth teaching. To know how to "tweak" lessons, one must know the elements that should be a part of teaching God's Word.
- When You Need to Adjust the Curriculum by Ministry Tools Resource Center
This four page teacher training worksheet can be used by an individual teacher but it would also be a good one to use with the whole teaching team for a specific class or age level to work on it together.
- Curriculum Sounds Like a Dirty Word - Write Your Own by Ryan Wolfe at the 2010 Ohio Christian Education Association Conference, OCEA (on CD or MP3)
- Design for Teaching and Training - A Teacher's Guide: A Teacher's Guide for Interactive Learning and Instruction by LeRoy Ford
- Lesson Preparation & Planning Page on TrainBibleTeachers.com - could find some helps on resources listed on that page