Understanding adult learner’s uniqueness, learnings motives and condition, we can achieve favorable evaluation outcomes. From now on, when we are starting an educational proposal, start it with favorable objectives, and connects them into individual past experiences. Knowing learning is a dynamic process involves both intellectual and emotional of human being helps us to facilitate better outcome of learnings.
By combining my Christian experience and philosophy of ... ... middle of paper ... ... learned at CBU, in addition to ways such as challenging students to grow in their faith while learning. For example, I would suggest that they use ideas and scriptures that they learned in Bible study or in church within the past weeks of assignments. This will help to keep students engaged with the material and faith based concepts that they have learned within the weeks. Also, I think promoting attending CBU or church based activities for assignments can help students learn course material as well as grow in their faith. I believe that faith integration is an important component that CBU offers that many other universities do not.
Thus, “Transformative adult education” helps to guide the learners to be self-guided analyzing their old deep seated perspectives comparing them with the significant ethical, moral and emotional values connected with their new experiences to create for them new interpretations that may achieve transformative learning that changes their whole perspectives in
She provides excellent standards to help Pastors and Worship Leaders plan, execute, and evaluate worship services. These same standards provide a great opportunity to educate the church family on the reasons behind the use of certain worship elements. Although written for church leadership, the everyday church member would also benefit from understanding the very concepts that Dawn is directing at God-empowered leaders. Predominantly scholarly, Ms. Dawn cites several other works at great length, but she... ... middle of paper ... ...agreed with, some that frustrated, and some that embarrassed me when my personal preferences defied logic or biblical mandate.
ANDRAGOGY REFLECTION SELF-DIRECTING Self-directed learning does improve as a person matures. There is a lot of debate on how self-directed learning really affects adult learning. “Self-directed learning appears to be at a juncture in terms of which direction research and theory building should take in order to advance our understanding of this important dimension of adult learning.” (Merriam, 2001, p. 10) Adults going back to college might struggle at first to get back into the habits of studying, writing papers, and etc. At this point in their lives they want to be successful. These adults will be more independent, take control of their learning and be self-directed so they can succeed.
The bible should be a core part of the Christian teacher’s classroom. They are to bring the truth to their students and teach in a delicate way because we are teaching important image bearers of God. “Remember, we are dealing with precious image-bearers of God, not eggs. So be very careful.” (Van Dyk, 2011,
I also believe that there is more to just teaching the Passion of Christ as it is also living in the word of God. She points out the “Youth ministry is not just about youth” it is an eclectic variety of shifting paradigms from the view point of the adolescents and the church. Were as the church need's to recognized that youth is not the future of the church it is the church. Ms. Dean points out on page 14. “that when adolescence are left to their own devices they are quite able of doing “church”, passion is what the youth of today have to give to the church and one another.
A philosophy of Christian education encompasses many aspects that overlap areas of a child 's life that could not be nurtured and molded in a public school setting. Therefore, the Christian philosophy of education must include so much more. The Bible must be used as the basis for the education of children. A child should be taught in a way that will best benefit the individual that God created. He should be trained in his own way, the way he learns best.
Experiential Learning is learning by actual experience (cs,1). I think this is the best way to learn but some might disagree. I am going to talk about some studies about experiential learning and how it effects the people taking them. This first study was done to see the development and validation of Experiential Learning. Many people believe that with Experiential Learning, people will have a greater understanding
The main theme of this book starts from the question that the author, Barbara J. Newman, has in her mind and lead her to write this book. “How can we set up an environment where persons with disabilities can connect with the gospel message and grow in relationship with Jesus Christ?” Before its start, however, one must know where it can start or what can be done first? Barbara told us that it has to be a knowledge that integrates all of the information around a person because she believes God made that person, and He wants to put that person in “an important spot in His Kingdom.” In this book, Barbara Newman deals with the question above in two different chapters related to each other. Firstly, she wrote about “Accessible Gospel” which means