Item description for How to Be the Best Christian Study Group Leader Ever in the Whole History of the Universe by Israel Galindo...
Overview Christian educators are provided with the perspective and the tools they need to actually be effective as small study group leaders. Instead of just leading discussions, readers will be able to guide participants in learning from themselves and others, connecting with the perspectives and experiences of others in the group, and uncovering and challenging personal assumptions and prejudices.
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Studio: Judson Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.98" Width: 6.04" Height: 0.39" Weight: 0.59 lbs.
Release Date Oct 15, 2006
Publisher JUDSON PRESS #575
ISBN 0012356433 ISBN13 9780817015008 UPC 978817015008
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More About Israel Galindo
Israel Galindo is Associate Dean at Columbia Theological Seminary. Formerly he was Dean at the Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond, VA. Galindo serves on the Advisory Committee of the Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion and is available as consultant through the Center in the areas of curriculum development and assessment, leadership, and teaching and learning in theological education.
Israel Galindo currently resides in Richmond.
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How to Be the Best Christian Study Group Leader Ever in the Whole History of the Universe Jan 14, 2009
I am impressed by the information shared. The concept of dialogical learning is one I had not previously considered as a teaching venue. I have not yet used the techniques from the book, but I will. I find the ideas refreshing. I particularly appreciate how the writer outlines how to apply this concept using different focues, such as a topic; book; or Bible story. I also think it is helpful that the author furnished worksheets, as well as online access to his forms for teaching purposes, which allows facilitator to ease into this small group concept. Overall I am pleased with the book. Against my normal suspicions about book review ratings of five stars, I am over riding my lower-star desire to give this book the five stars it really deserves.