I have been trying to get with the Bishop to talk about changing up my callings. Primary is never a good place for me to serve, and right now, I just feel like I need Relief Society. I am so spiritually tired. I can’t remember the last time I went to church and came home
Tag: Sunday School
Have you really taught Sunday School if you haven’t spent an hour trying to figure out how to tell your class of 17 year-olds that they tied Paul up with “thongs”?
AC expressed a common concern on the LDS Seminary Teacher Facebook Group: “I’m a new teacher this year, not creative at all and need desperate help. I have my two boys in my class and they both tell me I’m boring.” Here’s what I said: Please know that everything I’m about to say is intended
Most gospel teachers struggle with classroom participation. Sometimes you’ll get a classroom of students who are very active and loud, and other times you may have a classroom of very quiet students. We want students to enjoy each other, but “between the prayers” we want them to talk about the gospel — not Friday night’s
After a lesson is complete, you may feel elated or even discouraged. Evaluating your teaching is an important, often neglected, step that can help you improve as a teacher. Evaluating your lessons is the “report” part of the Return and Report pattern taught in the temple. Reporting, by asking questions of yourself, prayerfully consulting the Lord,