Bible teachers who want to have the greatest impact in students' lives must see themselves as more than someone who communicates God's Word. In addition to their role as communicators, impacting teachers also become conduits, disciplemakers, equippers, friends, models, motivators, and servants.
During times of trouble, caring teachers may also find themselves fulfilling the role of comforter, counselor, listener, encourager, and intervener.
- Teacher Training Smart Pages--Book and CD-ROM - Book with Reproducible Articles & Forms by Sheryl Haystead (See the Table of Contents on that page for articles included on Teachers Role.)
- Bible Teachers' Role as Communicators
- Bible Teacher's Role as a Conduit
- Bible Teacher's Role as a Disciplemaker
- Bible Teachers' Role as Equippers
- Bible Teacher's Role as a Friend
- Bible Teacher's Role as a Model
- Bible Teacher's Role as a Motivator
- Bible Teacher's Role as Servant
- Many Roles in Times of Trouble
- Role of the Teacher in the Teaching-Learning Process
- The Role of a Bible Teacher
- Called to Teach by William Yount
- Bible Teachers' Many Roles in Times of Trouble - by Ministry Tools Resource Center
This 30 page resource take teachers beyond their typical roles to comforting, listening, counseling, encouraging, and intervening.
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