We can help children focus their thinking so they can increase learning and decrease frustration. They’ll think well and be successful! This is relevant for adults, too, because learning should be our goal when we listen to sermons and more. Dr. Kathy shares the first two parts of her four-part thinking model that you can use yourself and teach to children. You might especially love her framing idea. All her ideas are practical and can result in greater attention, confidence, participation, comprehension, and memory.
Milliennials And Their Relationships
If you’ve been confused by today’s young people, you’re not alone. They can make choices that surprise us. That’s what their observable behavior is, you know. It all starts with choice. A choice to believe this or that. To do this or that. To feel this or that. To say this or that.
Because of the culture, Millennials, those born after 1982, value relationships and experiences.