Raymond A Yoder
From colonial times, the educational method used in schools and other formal educational settings in French-speaking, Sub-Saharan Africa was primarily the lecture. This research centered on the task of enhancing a specific seminar in French-speaking, Sub-Saharan Africa through non-formal methods. The research design uses content analysis, and incorporates interviews, questionnaires, as well as notes and observations of three generations of seminars to generate methods of instructing. These methods integrate models of orality, the traditional way that people in Africa learn, general adult education, and the teachings of Jesus. The research gives principles to enhance learning, ministry application, and teaching others in French-speaking Sub-Sahara.