Friday, January 9, 2009

Planning strengthens collective teaching efforts

The friends in Chicago, IL (A) have gained some interesting insights about planning teaching activities. These insights are taken from the Chicago Bahá’í newsletter:

The core team held a teachers’ meeting one week prior to the beginning of the latest teaching effort. This provided the opportunity to deepen on the Writings related to teaching, as well as to form teaching teams based on similar interests, teaching approaches, etc.

It has been realized that it is important to make plans well in advance of a teaching effort. The scheduling should give enough time for the overall coordinator of the teaching effort to meet with all the teaching team coordinators so that everyone has a clear sense of what will be the focus of that particular teaching effort.

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