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Biblical Authority versus the Authoritarian and Permissive Teachers Worksheet
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Bible Teachers, are you sending conflicting messages in your children's classes?
Both what a teacher says and what a teacher does communicates. The goal should be for everything that is said and done in the classroom to provide a consistent message about who God is, how He relates with us, and how He desires us to treat one another. If you are not exercising Biblical Authority then your students might be receiving conflicting messages between what you say in the lesson and what you do.
Do a comparative study using the chart in this 3 page reproducible teacher training worksheet of teachers exercising Biblical authority versus authoritarian and permissive teachers. Answer questions based on this comparison that will help you consider the implications for how to manage the classroom.


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