Teaching is defined as "imparting knowledge and skill" and "giving lessons on a particular subject to an individual or group." Teaching can include lecturing, showing, telling, demonstrating, questioning, helping, leading, etc. This quote from William Arthur Ward sums up the relationship between Teaching and INSPIRATION.
I like to say that I am a teacher by passion and by training - I’ve taught everything from middle school technology classes to university level business courses, from Children’s Church to the Young-at-Heart Sunday School, from card-making to Bible Journaling. I truly enjoy helping others learn and really strive to inspire others in all my classes.
This year I have had so much FUN Teaching a variety of in-person classes and want to record those times in my scrapbooks. Earlier this year I scrapped a funny story from the Valentine Card Class at Scrappin' Goodtime. I've printed photos and plan to create a layout with photos from the mixed media canvas class back in April.
This fall I have spent a good bit of time Teaching Bible Journaling workshops, and I took time yesterday to complete a couple of digital layouts documenting them. (The first was on my August Top Five list and the second on my November Top Five list, so I'm making a little progress on my goal to scrap my Top Five stories/photos/events each month of 2015, too.)
With all the wonderful technology we have available these days, there are a multitude of options for Teaching. While I truly enjoy in-person classes and am planning quite a few new workshops for 2016, I'm also excited about exploring more Teaching opportunities and a variety of ways of presenting material, including videos! My desire is to provide INSPIRATION in a variety of creative pursuits including Art + Faith crafting, Bible Journaling, scrapbooking and papercrafting.
In summary, great Teaching provides the best INSPIRATION for learning.
Do you enjoy Teaching? Please share your thoughts on Teaching and INSPIRATION in the comments.
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