In this series of courses you will study the history of, the basis for, and the methods of, Christian Education.
Methods of Teaching I
this course you will study practical and scholarly methods for teaching that
have been used for decades.
In this course you will use the classic textbook "The Seven Laws of Teaching" by John M. Gregory.
The course is divided into 9 lessons with tests for each lesson.
This course is required for all students.
Section Tests are "open book" but the Final Test is "closed book." (1.5 credit)
Click the course name or the graphic to access this course when it becomes available.
Education in America
This course will give you a glimpse into the historical background of education in America from the sixth president of the USA, John Quincy Adams.
for this course and mark the form "Begin" unless you have done so
previously. You do not sign in when you finish each lesson. You
only do so and mark the form "Finish" when you have completed the
entire course and you are ready for the Final Test.
and print the COURSE
RECORD FORM. On it you will keep a record of your sign in
"Begin" date because you will be required to enter it on the Sign
In "Finish" form that you will submit at the end of the entire
course. You will also keep other pertinent information on that form
such as date and score for each test so that you will be able to keep track
of your progress through the course.
Course attendance overall will be 4 weeks
Lesson attendance: 1 week per lesson (Study an average of 9-10 pages per week as a lesson.)
Discourse on Education by John Quincy
Adams. To access, click HERE.
will earn .5 credits for successfully completing this course with a passing
are no Lesson Tests in this course.
are no video lectures for this course. It is a brief study concerning
the early history of Education in America.
When you Finish the course: SIGN-IN and mark the form "Finish."
Test is Open Book
There is no Password required for this test.