Blended Learning – An Effective Approach to Giving Bible Studies
Understand the blended learning approach to teaching, its proven benefits, and how it can be applied to giving Bible studies.
– Taught by Chris Sealey
What Will I Learn?
- The meaning of the term blended learning
- Understand the essentials of a blended learning approach to teaching
- The benefits of a blended learning approach to teaching
- Results from research, conducted by the US Department of Education, contrasting face-to-face instruction and a blending learning approach
- How Paul’s model of teaching the New Testament churches compares to the blended learning approach to teaching
- How Bible Instructors can adopt a blended learning approach to Bible study and increase student engagement, retention of key concepts and decisions for Christ.
- The three components required to apply a blended learning approach when teaching Bible study lessons
NOTE: At the conclusion of the lesson students are required to take a short-quiz to test their understanding of the material presented. A score of 70% or higher is required to pass the lesson.
In the corporate world, Chris is highly regarded as an experienced, award winning, Information Technology Management professional. He is consistently recognized and tasked to improve organizational efficiency with comprehensive business and Information Technology expertise in strategy, analysis, research, requirements gathering, agile development, and operational support. He has over 15-years of experience in the e-learning industry, and the application of technology to online education. This course leverages his extensive e-learning experience to teach the application of the highly effective blended-learning approach to the teaching of Bible study lessons.
He holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Electrical Engineering (City College, City University of New York) and a Master of Engineering degree from Rochester Institute of Technology.
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