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Using Technology when Teaching Religion in College Janine Lim, PhD firstname.lastname@example.org blog.janinelim.com Skype: outonalim Twitter: outonalim
There should be most faithful teachers, who strive to make the student understand their lessons, not by explaining everything themselves but by letting the students explain thoroughly every passage which they read.... To skim over the surface will do little good. Thoughtful investigation and earnest, taxing study are required to comprehend it. - Ellen White, Fundamentals of Christian Education p. 390
A person's thoughts are like water in a deep well. But someone with insight can draw them out. Proverbs 20:5, TEV By AugapfelAugapfel
The education that consists in the training of the memory, tending to discourage independent thought, has a moral bearing which is too little appreciated. As the student sacrifices the power to reason and judge for himself, he becomes incapable of discriminating between truth and error, and falls an easy prey to deception. He is easily led to follow tradition and custom. White Education 230 Photo by Microsoft
It is the work of true education to develop this power, to train the youth to be thinkers, and not mere reflectors of other men's thoughts. - White, Education 17 Photo By Tela ChheTela Chhe
It is not the best plan for teachers to do all the talking, but they should draw out the class to tell what they know... It is a wise educator who seeks to call out the ability and powers of the student, instead of constantly endeavoring to impart instruction. - Ellen White, Sabbath School Worker, October 1, 1885
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