Reflection. Bible Schools: Teaching that grows and provides data only. By Fabian Massa
The true function of the teacher is to create the most favorable conditions for self-learning ... True teaching is not imparting knowledge but which encourages students to obtain. You may say that it teaches best who teaches least .
John Milton Gregory.
"This is the law of education. The concept behind this law is what John Milton Gregory, in his classic work The Seven Laws of Teaching [The seven laws of teaching], called the law of the process of teaching. This includes encouraging and direct the self-activities-this student is the key phrase. In fact, we could expand definition like this: The teacher must enthusiasm and self directing student activities and as a rule (although later give some exceptions), to say nothing nor do anything for him that he can learn or do for themselves same. Therefore, what is important is not what you do as a teacher, but what students do as a result of what you do . "
Howard Hendricks .
The system used today is inductive and facile. Is to give the student absolutely everything served, including conclusions that should arrive, obviating the research process, research and meditation. This way, all you have generated are generations of students who do not think, they can not do a summary, can not make a presentation, do not know and can not find information to teach simply because they can not learn.
They are deceiving themselves, saying they give every facility helps students, when in fact canceled. I remember in my student days in the middle school level (in the previous millennium !!) teachers gave us one or at most two textbooks. We had to build our portfolio by developing themes. The teacher then corrected those folders and progress each student as suggested could improve their presentations. We had to prepare for each class a lesson, the teacher could ask the demos orally to the class or take a written exam surprise. In these oral in front of the class lessons, other students asked questions that one must answer if we knew the answer then the teacher gave a detailed explanation of which everyone drank point, were "extra" skills that were not in the texts common. This happened in the schools of public secondary education in Buenos Aires in 1970 and were young people between 13 and 18 years.
There was no internet, when you had to get information from books outside the text of the curriculum, we appealed to the library and we took notes.
If you do not want to admit their mistakes, but they should at least be consistent with what they teach Hendricks (after all is in the program). Generations of Christians will thank you.
Week 70 is about to begin at any time, we need to raise leaders formed a strong Church.
 Teaching to change lives, Howard Hendricks. Editorial UNILIT.
 Teaching to change lives, Howard Hendricks, page 40.
 George Howard Hendricks (April 5, 1924 a February 20, 2013)