Relationship Building in the Classroom - Teacher Training Resources

Building Relationships
Bible teachers who follow the example of Jesus, the Master Teacher, who was Truth incarnate, will build relationships with those they teach. Jesus' very reason for coming to earth was to reconcile us to the Father so we can be in relationship with God. (2 Cor. 5:18-19)
God intends for His Church to function as a Body. Teachers should therefore also seek to build an environment within their classrooms conducive to relationships between students, a safe place where they can be authentic with both the teacher and other students.
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Relating Tips Geared to All Ages

Relating Tips Geared to Children

Relating Tips Geared to Youth (Teens)

Relating Tips Geared Primarily to Adults


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Block or Promote Community

Community is built around relationships with one another wherein people feel safe enough to be authentic. This three page teacher training worksheet looks at common practices in the classroom with a view to how they either block or promote community.

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