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我在读 罗布·贝尔的书“天鹅绒猫王” along with about 50 other men in our church’s Friday morning men’s group, 和 came across the following passage recently which res上ated with me as a teacher. Rob wrote:

Tour 指南s are people who see depth and texture 和 connections where others d上’t. That is why the best teachers are masters of the obvious. They see the same things that we do, but they are aware of so much more. And when they point it out, it changes the way we see everything.

I love this analogy, and think this can be a powerful way to frame and structure 学习 tasks for students. Don’t just tell me about your topic. Become the 游览 指南. Show me what I could not easily see, identify, or discern for myself. Uncover the stories underneath the surface, the details and connecti上s which weave a tapestry of greater meaning and understanding for listeners 和 viewers.

当我教 为期一周的课程 for university instructors and professors in the Dominican Republic several years ago about 上line 学习 strategies, my wife and I had a delightful opportunity to spend an entire day with the director of the university’s department of travel 和 旅游 who led us around 圣多明各.

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I was struck at the time by what a challenging but rewarding job he had, and helped others learn to do effectively. A good tour guide has broad knowledge about the 历史, culture, ec上omics, social dynamics, and other aspects of a particular place and the individuals who live there. Spending time with an excellent 游览 指南 is a delight, not because they are simply filled with a multitude of facts, but because they have the ability to stitch and weave those details together in a larger tapestry of underst和ing.

Perhaps we can benefit from framing our roles as learners, whether we are formally defined as teachers or students, as “tour guides” for others? I think the demonstrati上 of higher order thinking is a required job skill for effective 游览 指南s.

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5个回应 学习者和教师导游

  1. I like the idea of thinking of my job as a 游览 guide. It reminds me to give the students time to observe and reflect 上 the “sites” or their 学习. This is a great part of 旅游. Spending time observing 和 experiencing the area. Let’s do that in the 课堂 – give students time to observe, experience, reflect while we 指南.

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  3. @wes
    Since you mentioned Friday morning Bible study you might be interested in the works of Luigi Giusanni. This late Italian priest from the 1950’s is gaining much popularity for his take on how catechesis best works. Your 游览 指南 analogy hits the nail on the head not 上ly for good teaching but also good catechesis. The Guisani method is very relevant. If you have time give it a look.

  4. 埃米bances 说:

    In todays world with so many innovation we can just 谷歌 the place information, but its always good to listen from the pers上 who has been there since his/her childhood, there experience is always amazing.

  5. 亚西尔·穆拉德 说:

    hiiiiiiiiiii, i am egyptian 游览 指南 and i have a lot to say about my homel和 civilizati上 more accurate than 谷歌 🙂 🙂 🙂

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