As part of our Stake’s monthly scriptures, we created a 30 Days of Service Challenge for LDS families and individuals. We think it’s pretty great, and we’re hoping you like it, too.
If you teach long enough, it will happen to you: there will be a class member who overcontributes, dominating the discussion, and sometimes taking the lesson off on an unwanted tangent. It’s tricky to handle because you don’t want to offend the person. On the other hand, unaddressed, it can ruin a class and drive other […]
All kinds of factors lead to not having enough time to prepare a lesson. Sometimes we’re asked at the last minute. Sometimes we’ve had sick family members to care for. Sometimes we prepared, but it was the wrong lesson (hey, it happens!). Whatever the reason, there are some things we can do to make even […]
Sunday School presidencies have stewardship over all teaching in the Stake, and yet many people are unclear about what kinds of things a Sunday School presidency actually does. Its most crucial role is development and support of teaching, particularly individual teachers. Here are six steps to better teaching support for Sunday School presidencies. Many of these […]
Teaching with video is a powerful tool, and, in the youth curriculum particularly, video is essential. The effective use of video in the classroom is critical. If done improperly, it’s way worse than no video at all. There are some guidelines for making sure that you are being wise and effective in the way that […]