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Increasing the Clarity of your Teaching

By Scott Knecht Details matter. Sometimes in lesson preparation I think of large themes and big things to do in class. But if I forget the details I lose some of the power that the lesson could have. For example, there are some words that pop up frequently that beg for definition. I happen to think that it is not a good idea to ask students for word definitions because…
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Day 3, The Fundamentals Of Gospel Teaching And Learning

Downloaded from: http://brosimonsays.wordpress.com/2013/08/29/day-3-the-fundamentals-of-gospel-teaching-and-learning/ First of all, if you have an LDS Account that will let you access the resources to si.lds.org, then you will want to explore the resources at: https://si.lds.org/improving-teaching?lang=eng#/improving-teaching/gospel-teaching-learning/fundamentals One of my favorite resources from that section that I like to use often is: President Erying discusses “little changes” that make the difference between the “casual way” and the […]

“Line Upon Line”: Continuing to Improve as a Teacher

Chapter 6 of the Gospel Teaching and Learning handbook, “Continuing to Improve as a Teacher“, is an excellent reminder of our need to strive for improvement and how to do so. The first paragraph states: As teachers strive to implement the principles and methods described in this handbook, they should constantly but patiently work to improve. […]

Line Upon Line”: Continuing To Improve As A Teacher

Downloaded from: http://brosimonsays.wordpress.com/2013/06/26/line-upon-line-continuing-to-improve-as-a-teacher/ Chapter 6 of the Gospel Teaching and Learning handbook, ”Continuing to Improve as a Teacher“, is an excellent reminder of our need to strive for improvement and how to do so. The first paragraph states: As teachers strive to implement the principles and methods described in this handbook, they should constantly but patiently work to improve. […]

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