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Dealing with Disruptive Children in Sunday School

Few problems in Sunday School are as frustrating as having to deal with disruptive children. One repeat offender can ruin even the best lesson plan and ultimately drive away both teachers and others students. In this blog post, we look at the causes of disruptive behavior and share numerous strategies and tips for dealing with difficult children in Sunday School.

Lampstanding: Training as You Teach

Training by Lampstanding throughout the Sunday School year Teacher Training Post #2 from the Rotation.org Blog Team See post #1: A Teacher Be-Attitudes Training Event Print both the Teacher Be-attitudes and Lampstanding articles as a PDF. Training should not just be an event. Events are great, and we even have a great teacher training event described here . But what about the rest of the year? For better or worse, most training is "on the job" --and that type of training can be great IF you...

A Teacher "Be-Attitude" Training Event

Real Teaching Training Blog Post #1 Print both training resources as a PDF. A Teacher "Be-Attitude" Training Event The following are nice things ...but they are NOT teacher training: Serving bagels and coffee. Going over the curriculum, schedule, and policies. Having the pastor deliver a biblical “pep talk." The truth is that planning and pep-talks are what pass for "training" in a lot of churches, and are perhaps why actual training has fallen on hard times and attendance is low. The...

Intro to our "Real Teacher Training" Posts

What makes “teacher training,” real training? Including a pep-talk in your event is nice but actual, real, and AMAZING teacher training is about improving teaching skills! This post is open to the public. It serves as an introduction to the two-part "Real Teacher Training posts" — Post #1 and Post #2. Those posts are open to our amazing Supporting Members, who make this site and its resources possible. Thanks Supporting Members! We love you!

 

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