Sticky Lessons: Learning That Lasts
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Momentum Training Series:
by Alycia Horn
Learning That Lasts
by Christie Wall
Have you faced that awkward moment every teacher dreads?
"Does anyone remember what we talked about last time?"
Transform your class into one where students are more than eager to answer that question! With
this Momentum Training, you'll get
simple tips you need to
become the teacher whose lesson sticks in kids' memories, is thought about over and over again
in quiet moments, and gets discussed
at kitchen tables.
Build confidence in your teaching skills when you explore:
- Simple tools that get and keep kids engaged, including easy-to-follow action steps.
- Detailed comparisons between learning styles and how they affect students in a classroom
- How to implement "Differentiated instruction," and incorporate multiple learning styles
into each lesson.
MOMENTUM TRAINING SERIES
Be better equipped and feel more confident in your ministry. Whether you are a new volunteer or
a seasoned leader, the Momentum
Training Series is designed
to help you sharpen your skills and become more effective as you disciple others. Each topic
also includes the opportunity for
certification to recognize
to take the test and get
Series: Momentum Training Series
Size: 7 x 9.5
Publisher: Gospel Publishing House
Pub. Date: October 30, 2019
Meet the Authors
Alycia Horn served as the national discipleship director for Children’s
Ministries for the Assemblies of God. She
helped develop Kidmin
training resources to support leaders and assisted in the creation of quality, Holy Spirit-
inspired resources that resonate with kids today.
Alycia and her
husband, Ryan, live in Springfield, Missouri, with their two children.
Christie Wall earned an EdD in curriculum and instruction from Valdosta State
University and currently works as a
literacy coach. She also serves as a local Girls Ministries coordinator and a member of the
Georgia District Girls Ministries Executive
Team and Training
Team. Blending learning from her research, public school system work, and involvement in lay
ministries has uniquely situated her to
offer support on
student learning and education to a wide variety of groups. She believes incontinually