Active Learning

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Every teacher knows that students learn more when they are active and engaged than as passive recipients, even of a good presentation. An involved mind is open to learning while a passive one is distracted and wanders.


You call me a teacher as my disciples did, and you are right. How do I teach you? Isn’t it through your experiences in life? I spoke to my disciples while I was on the way with them, and I will do the same with you, for you also are my disciple. I am with you always, and your time is always ready. Pay attention to all you observe and ask of me and I will teach you about my Kingdom. 

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Through the Bible Teacher's Guide eBook

Through the Bible Teacher's Guide eBook

by Mark and Patti Virkler | 248 Pages

Make Bible survey relevant, enjoyable and life-changing by allowing God to speak directly to each student each week. This book provides a host of suggestions for the teacher so that class time can be a fun, interactive application of the portion of Scripture that the student has worked through during the previous week.

Price: $17.95

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