Item description for The Bible, Live: Experience-Centered Activities for Children by Israel Galindo...
Overview Structured around the Christian year, this exciting resource presents a new way of thinking about how children learn: an experience-centered approach. Children are transported to other times and places-to the Last Supper, for example--so that they can in some way experience the Bible's truths for themselves.
Publishers Description Structured around the Christian year, this exciting resource presents an innovative way of thinking about how children learn: an experience-centered approach. For ages six to twelve.
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Studio: Judson Pr
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.01" Width: 7.01" Height: 0.38" Weight: 0.61 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 1999
Publisher Judson Press
Grade Level Grade School
ISBN 0817013156 ISBN13 9780817013158
Availability 0 units.
More About Israel Galindo
Israel Galindo is a professor and author of several books, including The Hidden Lives of Congregations (Alban) named one of the "10 Best Books of 2005" by the Academy of Parish Clergy. Elaine Boomer is a LCSW in private practice in the Washington D.C. area. Don Reagan is project consultant for The George Washington University and studied systems theory at the Bowen Center, Washington D.C.
Israel Galindo currently resides in Richmond.
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From the back cover Feb 13, 2000
"Israel Galindo's experience in teaching is a variety of settings has prepared him to write a needed addition to the field of curriculum for children. He addresses the sensory nature of learning for children so that the children are engaged in creative activity and learn at the same time. Addressing these topics biblically helps the children form opinions and approach issues from a Christian perstpective." --Dr. Allen Jackson, New Orleans Theological Seminary.
"This book is a resource for those adults wanting to bring meaningful experiences to children about their church, home, family, and faith. A must for any adult working with children in a faith community!" --Jessica Shields Flowers, Director, Vienna Baptist Children's Center
"The educational approach used in The Bible, Life! puts the emphasis on active learning, as opposed to teacher performance. As children participate in their learning experience, the teacher engages them in reflection and analysis by asking questions and engaging them in conversation. In this way, children are not merely entertained or "kept busy" by doing an activity. They learn to reflect and make connections between what they do and what they are learning about self, God, church, and faith." --From the Introduction.