Item description for The Seven Laws of the Learner by Bruce Wilkinson...
Overview Provides information on ways to make an impact on students' lives, covering such topics as effecting a lasting life change, creating an excitement for learning, and transforming apathetic students.
Publishers Description Teach to Learn You teach to make a difference. Now, revitalize your classroom by learning and mastering these seven time-tested principles being taught around the world Written for teachers, including Sunday school teachers, parents, and professionals, this book outlines scriptural principles and techniques that will revolutionize your ability to teach to change lives. From the "law of the learner" to the "law of equipping," each chapter presents hands-on, practical tools for you to employ in your own classroom. Make a Difference Students learn best when teachers teach best So how can you do your part? Employ "the seven laws of the learner "and unleash your students' capabilities. You'll discover how to: Help students reach their full potential Effect lasting life change Rekindle your flame for teaching Create an excitement for learning Transform apathetic students Whether you're a professional teacher, a parent, or teach in any setting, these principles and techniques will empower you to make a lasting impact in people's lives. Thousands of teachers have already used these principles to spur their students to new horizons of success. "For some time I have said to myself, 'Much of what I am doing in the classroom is a waste of time. I can't continue this career unless I can make a more significant contribution in the lives of my students.' "The Seven Laws of the Learner" was the answer to my need." Seminary professor Portland, Oregon "For years I filled my students with content. But since learning the seven laws, my life and teaching have not been the same. Now teaching for life change and revival are becoming second nature." Businessman, adult Sunday school teacher Orange, California Story Behind the Book Bruce Wilkinson had received thousands of requests for a book about how people learn. Having taught teachers all over the world, he developed the Seven Laws as the basis of his teaching workshops. In 1991 he sat down to put this content into book form. Published originally as a partnership between Multnomah Publishers and Walk Thru the Bible Ministries, this book is a companion to the workbook titled "Almost Every Answer for Practically Every Teacher."
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Ingram Advance - 07/01/2005 page 85
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More About Bruce Wilkinson
Bruce Wilkinson Bruce Wilkinson is the author of the #1 "New York Times "bestsellers "The Prayer of Jabez (r) "and "A Life God Rewards (r) ," as well as "Secrets of the Vine (r) ," "Experiencing Spiritual Breakthroughs ," and numerous other books. Bruce and his wife Darlene Marie have been married 35 years and have three children and five grandsons. They divide their time between Georgia and South Africa. Darlene Marie Wilkinson Darlene Marie Wilkinson is author of "The Prayer of Jabez for Women ," "Secrets of the Vine for Women "and contributing author of "The Joy of a Promise Kept: The Powerful Role Wives Play ." Bruce and Darlene Marie have been married 35 years and have three children and five grandsons. They divide their time between Georgia and South Afric
Bruce Wilkinson currently resides in Atlanta, in the state of Georgia. Bruce Wilkinson was born in 1947.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Seven Laws Of The Learner?
Good Stuff Oct 9, 2008
This book has changed the way I view teachers and teaching. It gets a little flowery and overbearing with the metaphors sometimes, but for the most part this is an excellent book that I will refer back to for the rest of my teaching career.
Absolutely the best book on teaching available today. Mar 6, 2008
I first read this book about 12 years ago, or so. It changed the way I approach instruction of any kind. I reread it all the time. Easy to read, full of application and challenge. If you are in ANY leadership role, you need this book. You can be a dry, boring teacher, or you can influence others and change lives. Don't be content to be a part of the mass of dull, ineffective teachers who fill our schools and universities across the country. Change the way you think and change the way you teach. Read this book!
The Seven Laws of the Learner Sep 24, 2007
I am a freshman in college and am in the Secondary English track. This book is actually one of our textbooks, and it is by far my favorite book! If you want to become a master teacher, read this book and apply its principles. All my former teachers are getting this book from me for Christmas this year!
The Seven Laws of the Learner Jan 12, 2007
The text book accompanied with the video series is a phenomenal teacher training package. I am beginning the second series with the book and videos this month (January) The readings by themselves are excellent, but seeing Dr. Bruce Wilkinson in action has made the attendess read the book.
This book is highly recommended for anyone thinking about teaching or persons in leadership.
Teach ANYTHING to anyone?! I don't think so! Nov 13, 2005
These books have the most misleading titles! Unless you are teaching Sunday school bible classes, this book is mostly useless, because the only examples it gives you are about how to better teach the bible. The title says 'teach almost anything to pratically anyone'. That is so NOT TRUE. Sure, it gives you some pointers, but I feel I have to squeeze the text really hard to get some juice. I bought this book and 'Almost Every Answer for Practically Any Teacher' hoping to learn how to teach better, and to get in touch with modern teaching skills. What a disappointment and a waste of money! The other book went straight to the garbage can. Another thing: if all the examples of bible teaching were stripped out of the book, it would be half the size and, perhaps, a much more pleasurable read. Maybe it would even earn another star!