Choosing & Using Curriculum - Teacher Training Resources

Choosing & Using Curriculum
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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 Choosing Curriculum

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 Using Curriculum

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A Lesson Worth Teaching
This teacher training workbook reminds us of the significance of the Text we teach, the Bible, that supersedes any curriculum we might use. When we grasp the distinction of God's Word, we will look at any curriculum we use through those eyes. To make any necessary "tweaks" to the lessons, we must first know the elements that should be part of teaching Scripture.



When You Need to Adjust Curriculum
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.


 Writing Curriculum

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