There are many ways to learn. We learn by reading, we learn by following the example of others. We learn by asking questions, or by experimentation. Listening to instruction is also a common way to learn. But not all students have the same aptitudes or interests. Students will retain only a fraction of what they “hear” or “see”, but much more of what they “do”. Are we using the concept of “doing” to its greatest potential?
CONTRIBUTOR: Arnold Good
- The School and the Life of Christ
- The Foundations of Genesis
- Productive Board Meetings
- Consistent Grading Methods
- Her Husband Is Known in the Gates
- Why Teach History?
- How Thinkest Thou?
- Practical Steps In Choosing Curriculum
- Pastoral Support For Boards
- Dyslexia: Recognizing and Addressing the Needs of Your Students
- Extra-Curricular Study
- Class Trips
- Hands-On Learning
- God Is in the Midst of the Christian School
- Pray For Your School