Teaching-Learning Process - Teacher Training Resources

teaching-learning process

The teaching-learning process is a two way endeavor. Both the teacher and the students have a part and responsibility in the process, keeping the Word of God central in all they do, with the ultimate goal being changed lives.
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Aiming for Empty-less Teaching
This is a teacher training session that examines 4 points involved in the teaching-learning process. It includes a handout and a suggested format for the session including discussion questions.



Teaching for Changed Lives Workbook
A Bible teacher's goals, role, and methodology should line up with what God is doing --that of changing lives to bring people into conformity to Jesus Christ. Everything done in the teaching-learning process should work toward this overall goal with the Holy Spirit permeating each part of it.

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