"Workshop" is the Rotation Model's word for a classroom that's organized and outfitted for a specific teaching activity like art or drama. See video presentations about Rotation and its "Workshops." This forum collects and shares "workshop" teaching methods & "how-to" resources that can be used for many different stories. Whether you're using the traditional or Rotation Model, we hope you find and share your creative inspiration here.
If you're looking for a specific lesson activity for a particular Bible story such as a "video" for the parable of the Prodigal Son, then look up your particular story in our LESSON IDEA forums.
Drama ideas for teaching in Sunday School. Drama techniques & tips. Great prop ideas, costume suggestions, Drama room design, and Drama resources. "Newsroom," "Blacklight Theater," "Flat Lay," and "Sideways Scene" techniques.
Ideas for teaching with music in Sunday School. Notes on creating a Music Workshop in Rotation Model Sunday School. Classroom design, music and instruments, etc. Music in Christian Education. Song sources. Contemporary Christian music and music video resources. A free registration is required to view this forum.
Teaching with Video manual, Sources of good videos, Suggestions for Teaching with Video, creating video, photography, A-V "Theater" room design, furnishings. Using YouTube in the classroom. "How to." Connecting smartphone to TV. Projectors. Etc. Misc comments on particular video series and sources. Using photography and cellphones in class, etc.
The "Lego" Workshop and "Story Table" Workshop both use the same principle to engage and teach: students construct then retell the Bible story using props (figurines, legos, etc). In the past, these workshop ideas have also been called "Diorama" and "Construction" workshops.
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