Improved Teaching

Variety keeps the teaching moving and aids the learning process. (Bruce Triplehorn, cross-cultural teacher)

Triplehorn’s observation fits well with teaching within one’s own culture, as well. He suggests using . “. . stories, gestures, role playing, and objects to illustrate . . . truth.”  Such techniques will overcome boredom (often a problem with lectures) and may stimulate creative thought. We can all profit from a variety of learning methods to improve understanding.

Keep a close watch on how you live and on your teaching (1 Timothy 4:16).