Facebook Group for Come Follow Me Teachers

There is a new nationwide Facebook group for LDS Teachers. If you’re a teacher or interested in church curriculum, this is a great, vibrant group that can help answer your questions about curriculum and difficulties in the classroom setting.  I am a member of this group and recommend it,

Go to this link:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/368559796563438/

And click join.  One of the administrators will add you to the group in a few minutes, and you’ll be free to post comments and ask questions.

Ideas for Contacting Inactive or Less-active Class Members

It's often hard to know how to reach out to inactive youth or other members of the Church not attending meetings. The following ideas make great notes for encouraging attendance at class or activities. Many of these ideas for Contacting Inactive or Less-active Class Members would work for several different applications. Got a good one?...

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Help Students SEE a principle in action

Increasing Student Participation Use these techniques to encourage student participation in your gospel teaching. These techniques will help you students SEE a gospel principle. 60-second Talks - Eaton and Beecher sometimes give students five minutes to prepare a 60-second talk on a verse from the day’s reading. Students then present their talks. If student become...

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Solving Classroom Problems

Your lesson went perfectly!  The students were seated reverently -- smiles on their angelic faces, expectantly waiting for the important gospel message you thoughtfully crafted, with not a cell phone to be seen.  They were attentive, asking questions and making meaningful comments, and all left uplifted edified. And then you woke up. :) Classes rarely go...

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Encouraging Student Sharing

Use these techniques to encourage student participation in your gospel teaching. These techniques will help you students SHARE thoughts, feelings, and personal experiences more readily. 60-Second Explorers - Tell students you will give them sixty seconds to find out everything they can about a certain passage. If this is the first time your students have...

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