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    Bruce Wilkinson, 7 Laws of the Learner: law 6b Equipping maximisers Bruce Wilkinson, 7 Laws of the Learner: law 6b Equipping maximisers Presentation Transcript

    • The Law of Equipping Methods & Maximisers Pages 380-414 Thursday 18 November 2010
    • The essence of the Law of Equipping is these 3 words: “Equip for service” The teacher should train students for a life of service and edification Thursday 18 November 2010
    • How would you choose to grow a crop? Thursday 18 November 2010
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    • Jesus spent three years training his disciples - intensive training. Farmers [often] train and use the best equipment possible to get the best harvest. Businesses spend vast amounts on their training budget. Christian churches often spend very little on training their people. Training costs but it is effective in producing a good harvest Thursday 18 November 2010
    • Equipping Method “If you want a perfect product, then perfect the underlying process” Walk Thru the Bible Wilkinson suggests that we can apply this principles to training teachers - and he does in the 5 step method outlined here. Thursday 18 November 2010
    • Illustrate Instruct Involve Expose Educate Experience Preview Prepare Practicum “You “I tell “We do watch you” together” me” Thursday 18 November 2010
    • Involve Improve Inspire Experience Efficient Encourage Practicum Perform Pass it on “We do “I watch “Keep it together” you” up” Thursday 18 November 2010
    • Step 1: Instruct Instruct Instruction is the first step of skill Educate acquisition - so you Prepare educate the students with the “I tell foundational you” preparation Thursday 18 November 2010
    • Step 2: Illustrate Illustrate Illustrate the skill being used, expose Expose them to it, preview Preview what they will look like. “You Most teachers never watch get to this - it moves me” beyond memory repetition of facts Thursday 18 November 2010
    • Step 3: Involve Involve the students, Involve they experience the skill in a practicum. Experience Students have been Practicum passive until this stage - they heard, watched and “We do now did the skill along together” with you - this is key, make sure it is a positive experience Thursday 18 November 2010
    • Step 4: Improve Improve Students have the skill, now you improve it so Efficient they become efficient Perform as they perform it. This can go on forever “I watch aiming to achieve you” excellence, but does need to be monitored for each individual. Thursday 18 November 2010
    • Step 5: Inspire Inspire the student Inspire and encourage them to continue using the Encourage skill, they will then to Pass it on pass it on. The power here is in the “Keep it fact you have up” reproduced something - and they can do it better than you! Thursday 18 November 2010
    • Equipping Maximisers Thursday 18 November 2010
    • Jesus trained his disciples: Instruct - he taught them publicly and privately Illustrate - watching him minister in all sorts of situations Involve - they ministered with him, and then on their own Improve - they came back and reported, Jesus then trained and equipped further Inspire - post resurrection appearances, HS to train and comfort - Jesus sent them but never left them Thursday 18 November 2010
    • 1. Train your students until they are successful, independent users of the skill “As a students conviction and capability determine their ultimate success, these 2 factors should determine the teachers success.” Negative attitude: “I hate this subject”, no feeling for the subject. Inadequate ability: “I will never use this subject”, competence in using the subject is not mastered Thursday 18 November 2010
    • 2. Reproduce yourself by focusing on your students’ skill, not your style Duplicating your style builds shallow people. Students must become effective within their own personality and temperament. Each Bible book is written with an obvious style unique to the writer. Thursday 18 November 2010
    • 3. Alter equipping according to your students’ characteristics and circumstances For a student to successfully use skills you have to take into account their innate abilities - their IQ, social and educational background and physical abilities. You plot your course according to their abilities - you might be the best teacher in the world but still some students will not achieve brilliance! Thursday 18 November 2010
    • 4. Increase students’ motivation by relationship, retribution and reward The more the student desires to learn something the quicker they will learn it. Increase their motivation - done in 3 main ways. 1. Relationships 2. Fear of retribution or pain 3. Hope of reward, pleasure, benefit Thursday 18 November 2010
    • 5. Nail down the basics before developing advanced skills The stronger a foundation the higher a building can be constructed upon it. Make sure your students master the basics and then teach advanced skills. Remember as a teacher you are there for the benefit of the students - not vice versa Thursday 18 November 2010
    • 6. Encourage students more frequently during early training As the start of something new there is usually some anxiety or fear - the stronger such feelings are the more the teaching is blunted. Teachers have to actively lessen students fears - in 5 ways: Thursday 18 November 2010
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    • Give the gift of courage regularly - God did this with Joshua Thursday 18 November 2010
    • Give the gift of courage regularly - God did this with Joshua 1. Promise your presence - 1:5, 9 Thursday 18 November 2010
    • Give the gift of courage regularly - God did this with Joshua 1. Promise your presence - 1:5, 9 2. Promise their success - you take the responsibility for ensuring they do well - 1:2, 3, 4, 6 Thursday 18 November 2010
    • Give the gift of courage regularly - God did this with Joshua 1. Promise your presence - 1:5, 9 2. Promise their success - you take the responsibility for ensuring they do well - 1:2, 3, 4, 6 3. Promise victory over the hardest parts - 1:5 Thursday 18 November 2010
    • Give the gift of courage regularly - God did this with Joshua 1. Promise your presence - 1:5, 9 2. Promise their success - you take the responsibility for ensuring they do well - 1:2, 3, 4, 6 3. Promise victory over the hardest parts - 1:5 4. Promise success if they do their part - if they follow you and do what you tell them - 1:7 Thursday 18 November 2010
    • Give the gift of courage regularly - God did this with Joshua 1. Promise your presence - 1:5, 9 2. Promise their success - you take the responsibility for ensuring they do well - 1:2, 3, 4, 6 3. Promise victory over the hardest parts - 1:5 4. Promise success if they do their part - if they follow you and do what you tell them - 1:7 5. Promise their competence will ensure their success - what they learn will make sure they succeed - 1:8 Thursday 18 November 2010
    • 7. Reaffirm students’ value independent of their level of performance Jesus showed the widows offering was worth more than that of the rich - freeing us from the bondage of comparison. Performance appraisal is relative to the ability of that person - not of others. Thursday 18 November 2010
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    • Real equipping looks at the persons own God given abilities - and encourages on 5 levels of performance: Thursday 18 November 2010
    • Real equipping looks at the persons own God given abilities - and encourages on 5 levels of performance: 1. Amount of effort Thursday 18 November 2010
    • Real equipping looks at the persons own God given abilities - and encourages on 5 levels of performance: 1. Amount of effort 2. Degree of improvement Thursday 18 November 2010
    • Real equipping looks at the persons own God given abilities - and encourages on 5 levels of performance: 1. Amount of effort 2. Degree of improvement 3. Demonstration of team spirit and morale Thursday 18 November 2010
    • Real equipping looks at the persons own God given abilities - and encourages on 5 levels of performance: 1. Amount of effort 2. Degree of improvement 3. Demonstration of team spirit and morale 4. Extra credit and unrequired practice Thursday 18 November 2010
    • Real equipping looks at the persons own God given abilities - and encourages on 5 levels of performance: 1. Amount of effort 2. Degree of improvement 3. Demonstration of team spirit and morale 4. Extra credit and unrequired practice 5. Outstanding performance Thursday 18 November 2010
    • Real equipping looks at the persons own God given abilities - and encourages on 5 levels of performance: 1. Amount of effort 2. Degree of improvement 3. Demonstration of team spirit and morale 4. Extra credit and unrequired practice 5. Outstanding performance A student works with the ‘talents’ they have been given by God - Matt 25 Thursday 18 November 2010
    • Real equipping looks at the persons own God given abilities - and encourages on 5 levels of performance: 1. Amount of effort 2. Degree of improvement 3. Demonstration of team spirit and morale 4. Extra credit and unrequired practice 5. Outstanding performance A student works with the ‘talents’ they have been given by God - Matt 25 Thursday 18 November 2010
    • Questions 1. Consider problems you have had in learning development - was it a lack of knowledge of the basics, or a poor attitude? How can you avoid such things for your students. 2. What motivates you most as a Christian, a student, a teacher? What subject area most brings you to life? 3. How would you encourage and hep a student who is discouraged by their lack of natural ability? Thursday 18 November 2010