Teacher care : a basic handbook for church educators

Full Title
Teacher care : a basic handbook for church educators
William R Boersma
Educational leaders have many responsibilities, but what distinguishes those who read this handbook is their desire to care for the congregation's teachers , helping them to grow
and develop their teaching potent i al . This they do by supporting, recruiting, training , and supervising teachers.

There are two paths which the readers could choose to follow through this handbook. They could systematically start at the beginning and proceed to end . Or they could randomly select chapters based on immediate interest and need. Fol l owing this random path, readers may or may not end up reading the entire handbook.

Either approach to reading this handbook is acceptable because of the handbook structure . Each chapter is independent . Even though they are coordinated, each chapter can stand alone. The framework of each chapter is similar. It moves from a general understanding of the topic (Perspectives) to specific suggestions for implementing the topic (Guiding Principles) to three examples of how it might be used in different churches { Models). This is then followed by two concluding sections, Resources and Annotated Bibliography.
Degree Granting Institution
United States
Degree Granted
Doctor of Ministry
Type of Work
D.Min. Project
Number of Pages
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