How We Teach and How They Learn, Part 3

2017-05-08T20:18:39-05:00

Article by Dennis Bennett Part 1 of this article introduced the subject of learning styles and described the four basic ways we process new information. Part 2 described the way we perceive new information, concrete or abstract, and the different ways we order that new information, sequential or random. Part 3 will explain the three basic ways [...]

How We Teach and How They Learn, Part 32017-05-08T20:18:39-05:00

How We Teach and How They Learn, Part 5 – The Analytic Learner

2017-04-06T15:06:28-05:00

Article by Dennis Bennett The Imaginative Learner that we looked at last time asks the question - Why? Why must we learn this information. Likewise, the Analytic Learn asks his/her own question - What? What are the facts here? What information can I learn from this lesson? This learner is most like the PCA as a denomination. [...]

How We Teach and How They Learn, Part 5 – The Analytic Learner2017-04-06T15:06:28-05:00

How We Teach and How They Learn, Part 6 – The Common Sense Learner

2017-04-06T15:04:55-05:00

Article by Dennis Bennett Don't you just love it when you know someone who can take all the information you have and make something useful with it? This is the strength of the Common Sense Learner. He is able to take all the facts gathered so accurately and sequentially by the Analytic Learner and put them to [...]

How We Teach and How They Learn, Part 6 – The Common Sense Learner2017-04-06T15:04:55-05:00

How We Teach and How They Learn, Part 7 – The Dynamic Learner

2017-04-06T15:01:56-05:00

Article by Dennis Bennett Of the four learning styles, the dynamic learner (DL) is the most disliked by teachers. Why? Because teachers do not understand them, or know how to work with them. I hope, after you have read this, you will have a much better appreciation for these misunderstood learners, and know more about how to [...]

How We Teach and How They Learn, Part 7 – The Dynamic Learner2017-04-06T15:01:56-05:00

How We Teach and How They Learn, Part 8 – Teaching All Four Learning Styles at the Same Time

2017-04-06T15:00:44-05:00

Article by Dennis Bennett We have looked at four ways people process information. Now, how in the world will you teach four different groups in one lesson? This is not as hard as you think. Look at this diagram. Every week your lesson will contain four parts. (If you need more details on each of these, re-read [...]

How We Teach and How They Learn, Part 8 – Teaching All Four Learning Styles at the Same Time2017-04-06T15:00:44-05:00

How We Teach and How They Learn, Part 9 – Learning Styles, Culture and Denominations

2017-04-06T14:57:45-05:00

Article by Dennis Bennett We have looked at all four learning styles. Did you find where you fit? Even more, have you learned to appreciate that not everyone learns in the same way you learn? This time I want to go a step further and explain how learning styles fit in different cultural settings, and next time [...]

How We Teach and How They Learn, Part 9 – Learning Styles, Culture and Denominations2017-04-06T14:57:45-05:00

How We Teach and How They Learn, Part 11 – Learning Styles and Questions

2017-04-06T14:55:49-05:00

Article by Dennis Bennett Many manuscripts are submitted to CEP for publication consideration. I like to read the Bible studies, but I don't start with the written sections, rather, I start with examining the questions. I am convinced if the questions are not written well; the rest is just commentary and not Bible study. Every question contains [...]

How We Teach and How They Learn, Part 11 – Learning Styles and Questions2017-04-06T14:55:49-05:00

Death of a Friend

2017-04-06T14:47:07-05:00

Devotional by Stephen Estock September 16, 2013 On Sunday, I was told that a friend had died, and the news made me cry. She had been a great neighbor for 11 years, watching our kids grow as they climbed trees and slid down the hill in her back yard. I cried for the loss, but more [...]

Death of a Friend2017-04-06T14:47:07-05:00

Love Came Down at Christmas

2017-04-06T14:33:08-05:00

Devotional by Stephen Estock December 23, 2013 Love came down at Christmas, Love all lovely, Love Divine, Love was born at Christmas, Star and Angels gave the sign. These words from a Christmas carol by Christina Rossetti capture the message of 1 John 4:9: “In this the love of God was made manifest among us, that God [...]

Love Came Down at Christmas2017-04-06T14:33:08-05:00

Does the Church Really Need Leadership

2017-02-21T22:48:24-05:00

By Charles Dunahoo   Charles Dunahoo pastored churches in Georgia and Alabama before being called to as Coordinator for the PCA of Christian Education and Publications (CEP) now  PCA CDM. He retired from CEP in 2012 and is active in the PCA as a seminary lecturer, guest speaker, and interim pastor.     Do churches really [...]

Does the Church Really Need Leadership2017-02-21T22:48:24-05:00
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