|Sunday School Planning - Setting Administration Goals|
A team of teachers works best when there is good communication. Teachers, elders and all who have an interest in the Sunday school should be able to clearly identify what the goals of the assembly Sunday school are.Make these planning meetings enjoyable by meeting for a meal, prayer and talk about the status of children and families in the community who attend. Make the meetings effective by having an agenda...
Once a year, teachers should set priorities and dates for events they would like to accomplish. Some events might include a Sunday school program, a picnic, meetings in community centers, etc. A yearly calendar of activities is a good tool for making sure that important events are planned and executed instead of being left on the back burner of good intentions. To help facilitate the creation of such a calendar, use the suggested questionnaire at the end of this page for a discussion starter.
Every few months, teachers should meet to review the status of each class and their students. Teachers should share with one another what they taught over the past few months and what they plan to teach in the near future. You do have a plan, correct? Make this a time to discuss needs of students and appropriate age placement. Make a log of what each class is learning and share it with the group so that themes are not duplicated or important ideas are overlooked. Pray for the students who are in your care.Here is a sample of notes taken from one year of teachers meetings.
Use the annual teacher's meeting to get input from people about what they liked or didn't like about the Sunday school in months past. A survey may be the tool to help you get input from everyone - not just the vocal minority.
Sunday School Teacher Survey
Please rate the following and return to the Sunday school leader’s mailbox. The results are anonymous but the summary will be shared with the teachers and elders.
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