First Steps for Effective Teaching Verda Rubottom

ISBN: 9781619965188

Published: February 1st 2012

Paperback

144 pages


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First Steps for Effective Teaching  by  Verda Rubottom

First Steps for Effective Teaching by Verda Rubottom
February 1st 2012 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 144 pages | ISBN: 9781619965188 | 7.42 Mb

The most successful teachers are continually looking for ways to improve their teaching skills. Whether youre a new- or experienced teacher, youll find ideas here on how to make the Bible come alive to your students! This book will be a valuableMoreThe most successful teachers are continually looking for ways to improve their teaching skills. Whether youre a new- or experienced teacher, youll find ideas here on how to make the Bible come alive to your students! This book will be a valuable resource for those who want to increase their effectiveness in the classroom, childrens church, or outreach ministry.

Its for childrens leaders, volunteers, and anyone interested in learning more about how children learn-and helping them grow in their faith. Some of the most frequently discussed issues in childrens ministry are addressed, including methodology, discipline and classroom management, nursery concerns, organization, memorizing Scripture, and leading children to a personal faith in Christ. Here youll find both new and tested methods that inspire and motivate children to learn! But this book is also very practical, easy to read, and filled with creative ideas!

An emphasis is placed on understanding children, and ways that teachers can help meet their physical, emotional, and spiritual needs in caring ways. Topics discussed in this guide for teachers include: Keys to successful teaching Ways to connect with your students How to improve your storytelling skills How to use discovery learning centers Bible learning activities for pre-K through elementary Verda Rubottom is a licensed childrens minister and holds a Masters degree in education. She currently serves on the faculty of Childrens Ministry University Online, and has served as a national childrens ministries consultant for the Assemblies of God.

She was the Childrens Ministries Director at Peoples Church in Salem, Oregon for seven years, and has taught child development and childrens ministries at the college level. Verda shares insights gleaned from years of hands on experience in childrens ministry. She and her husband, Roger, have four children and nine grandchildren.



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