Seminar “Moving Beyond the Lecture”

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October 26-27 Institute of Church Ministries (ICM) a seminar “Moving Beyond a Lecture”. Seminar speaker was Gil Thomas, fellow worker of ABWE mission and International Director of Good Soil Ministries. The goal of the seminar was to help seminary professors and all who desired to improve their teaching skills by using creative and interactive methods of teaching. 44 people attended the seminar, among which there were KTS workers, staff and graduates, workers and staff of ICM, teachers from other theological schools, missionaries of ABWE, church ministers: pastor, teachers, mentors.

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There are many seminars about improving teaching skills, but according to the words of the participants this seminar was special in many ways.  All the participants noted the relevance of the topic, because the changes in the world are happening so rapidly, including changes in the system of education and in the way people learn now days.  Many of the participants said that it has been the best seminar they attended as it was well organized and the given material was of great quality – people received many useful ideas. Some of the attenders marked that they not only received new ideas how to improve their teaching but they received deeper understanding when and with what purpose to use one or other creative or interactive method of teaching.  The seminar speaker Gil Thomas showed a great example how to create a safe environment so that the students may be open to learn and immediately practice their newly developed skills, so that they can remember better the material they learned. His model of teaching is an excellent example to follow in the way he holds attention of students and in the way he created an interactive learning environment where students learned from each other.

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