Friday, November 7, 2008

To each their own, and all for one

Each community has its own unique circumstances, and it is a learning process to identify which approaches to teaching work best for each situation. A friend in a B-stage cluster in the Central region briefly describes the learning in their cluster. They are also supporting a neighboring cluster—with different approaches suited to that community.

We are learning that some teaching approaches may not be the most effective in our cluster. So we are trying to find portal activities that work and refine them. We are trying to expand neighborhood-based activities for children and youth, and pursue direct teaching as individuals within our own social spheres and at community events.

In addition, we will continue to assist a neighboring cluster with their direct teaching activities.

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