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Tips for Engaging Multiple Learning Styles

If you have taught for any length of time, you know that some kids just seem to learn best when they’re moving. Others are stimulated by sound or by visuals. God has made us to be unique, and each of us learns in different ways. So what does this mean for your teaching? It means that you need to use a variety of methods to engage the children in your class. If so, here are some suggestions for expanding your teaching repertoire.

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Make Your Lessons “Pop!”

Grabbing your students’ attention may be the most important step you take in teaching an effective lesson. But how do you do that? In this brief post, Scott Allison will provide you with some helpful ideas for getting students invested in your lesson.

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Teaching God’s Word: Preparing Your Lesson

Putting together a Bible lesson involves personal preparation. These preparations take time and energy, but they are likely to be the most exhilarating part of your week as you interact with the life-giving truths of Scripture. In this post, we’ll provide you with some practical tips to get you started in preparing your lessons.

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