Teaching in the Savior's way/Teacher Development

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Teaching in the Savior's way/Teacher Development

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Does teaching in the Savior's way replace Teacher Development?
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Teacher Development classes were replaced in the early 2000s by the Teaching the Gospel course (with "Teaching, No Greater Call" and the "Teaching Guidebook"). Both courses and their accompanying manuals are now obsolete and have been replaced by Teaching in the Savior's Way.
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How many months(what is the duration) does the teacher development class run?
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BradleyKirkJameson wrote:How many months(what is the duration) does the teacher development class run?
Teaching in the Savior's Way is the new program for developing teaching skills. There is no teacher development class, but rather Teacher Council meetings, which are held on an ongoing basis.
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Please engage you stake Sunday school president and allow them to serve in their stewardship rather than relying on this board.
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