StudyGuide Lines – Instructional Design Tips for Christian Teachers and Writers Procedure: “So if you are offering your gift at the altar and there remember that your

StudyGuide Lines – Instructional Design Tips for Christian Teachers and Writers Concept Learning Concepts are categories that you use to sort and store packages of information

Two things are on my mind today. Number 1: My dad’s 79th birthday: Happy birthday Daddy! Number 2: Church nurseries and “Children’s Church.” Below are some

StudyGuide Lines – instructional design tips for Christian teachers and writers. Confidence is a component of the ARCS Model for Motivational Design comes from the work

Compromise is practical. It’s the nice thing to do we’re taught. So we do it, and it’s usually a good thing in a way. We don’t

StudyGuide Lines – instructional design tips for Christian teachers and writers. In Attitude Change – The Affective Domain: Part 1 and Part 2 I discussed two important components

Perhaps the concept of moving up in the world has been the only one presented to you. It is possible that, like many, upward mobility is

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My name is Pam. I'm a wife, mom, grandmother, and an instructional designer. Elsewhere, I design, write, and critique Christian instructional material. Here, I write words about God's glory to encourage myself to think and feel deeply about God, to enjoy God, and to live in light of who God is and what he has done. I also write about instructional design. You can find my instructional design tips under the topic, "StudyGuide Lines."