Senior Honors Theses

Publication Date

2013

School

School of Religion

Primary Subject Area

Education, Curriculum and Instruction; Education, Early Childhood; Education, Elementary; Education, Religious; Education, Teacher Training; Religion, General

Keywords

children, ministry, teaching, church, learning, preferences

Disciplines

Educational Psychology | Elementary Education and Teaching | Other Education | Religion

Abstract

Several learning preferences describe students learning preferences. Learning sequence influences teaching order. Contemporary lecture-based, small group based, and activity-based methods for teaching are evaluated for which learning preferences are most compatible with each teaching method. Products can aid the teacher and student in their respective roles during the lesson. Other resources can instruct the people who lead the lesson in the classroom.

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