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Fishing on the Other Side of the Boat

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Teaching, Transforming, and Building up the Body of Christ Through Experiential Learning
FISHING ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE BOAT
NEW TESTAMENT - JESUS MAKING DISCIPLES
And He Himself gave some to be apostles, some prophets, some evangelists, and some pastors and teachers, for the equipping of the saints for the work of ministry, for the edifying of the body of Christ, till we all come to the unity of the faith and of the knowledge of the Son of God, to a perfect man, to the measure of the stature of the fullness of Christ;
GROUP DYNAMICS
Forming - polite but untrusting
Storming - testing others
Norming - valuing other types
Performing - flexibility from trust
3 Things Every Group Need to Thrive
1. Learn something new
2. Develop meaningful relationships
3. Accomplish a worthwhile goal
What do Jesus’ teaching activities have in common? What do they teach uniquely?
Jesus is stretching the disciples & believers beyond their limitations.
Jesus is showing something about God / Himself (sovereignty, authority, power, truth).
Jesus is showing disciples something about themselves.
Jesus is calling forth faith into action.
Jesus is showing believers their need for God.
Jesus is demonstrating his character, integrity…
What is our goal in teaching children?
What are some ways to stretch your children beyond their perceived limitations and build them up in the faith for the work of ministry?
Find a way for kids to minister to others… Make that your aim… then, point to faith in Christ as you equip them for the challenges of that ministry
Provide real teaching, experience, training, participation, discussion, and demonstration… so their faith has been strengthened for service.
Group team building activities provide opportunities
RESEARCH SUPPORTS EXPERIENTIAL APPROACH
OLD TESTAMENT - ISRAEL IN THE WILDERNESS
FOUNDATIONS
PLANNING
Remember how the LORD your God led you all the way in the desert these forty years, to humble you and to test you in order to know what was in your heart, whether or not you would keep his commands.
-Deuteronomy 8:2
PRACTICE
PROCESSING
Ephesians 4:11-13
TEAM FORMATION - THE TUCKMAN MODEL
Following an exhaustive three decade study of the relationship between social connectedness and longevity, researchers have determined the people with adequate social relationships were 50% less likely to die during the study period than those without such relationships. Stated another way, "people with little social support have a mortality risk equal to alcoholism and even higher than either obesity or physical inactivity." The study showed an "average" longevity increase of 3.7 years for more connected people.
Friends Increase Life-Span
FACTORING IN THE VARIABLES
WHEN? & WHY?
FRONT LOADING
PRESENTATION
OBSERVATION & INTERVENTION
PROCESSING CONTINUUM
PROCESSING CYCLE
CLOSING METHODS
• Testing others
• Cliques start to have
influence
• Conflicts occur
• People confronted
• Hidden Agendas are raised
• Struggle for leadership
by cliques
• Opting out
• Feeling stuck
• Own positions rationalized
• Lack of listening
•Polite but untrusting
•Dependence on leader
•Guarded
•Watchful
•Impersonal
•No conflicts
•Need for group
identity is low
•Concern for structure,
methods, etc.
•Hidden agendas
stay hidden
•Valuing other types
•Procedures developed
•Issues confronted
•More open exchange of
ideas and views
•Cliques dissolved
•Leadership shared
•More listening and
co-operation
•Giving feedback
•Pre-conceived ideas
are changed
•Creativity high
•Flexibility from trust
•Resourcefulness
•Creativity
•Open
•Effective
•Close and supportive
•Settled independence
•High group morale
•Warmth/closeness
of members
•Empathy
•High level of problem-
solving behavior
Based on what you have learned, how can you apply this to your life at home or school? Based on what you have learned, how will this help you make future decisions?
What is the connection
between this activity and real life? What did you learn from the activity? What did you learn about yourself, others, or the team?
Ask the group what happened during the activity—individually and as a team. Avoid value judgments and blaming, be objective, open and honest while at the same time being respectful.
1) LEADER DEBRIEF - (WHAT?, SO WHAT?, NOW WHAT?)
2) LET IT SPEAK FOR ITSELF – Just move on.
3) LEFT/RIGHT/STOP – Circle shuffles left or right until someone stops, speaks, & restarts.
4) PAIR SHARE or SMALL GROUP SHARE – Many small private focused discussions
5) BULLS EYE - Make circles on the ground (Leaders = bullseye. Contributor, Encourager, Uninvolved = Outer rings)
6) DEBRIEF CARD – list of questions to give to participant who leads small group discussion
7) COUNTDOWN – ask 5 people to share observations of activity counting down on your fingers.
8) TEAM CONTINUUM – Group rates themselves on continuum 1-10. If 7, shares 7 positives & 3 improvements.
9) PICTURE DROP - Pictures on ground. Group holds object over picture that describes experience, drop same time.
10) BODY PARTS - Pass body parts to facilitate sharing: Heart (what you felt), Eye (what you saw), Hand (applaud)
11) ISOLATION – Solitary walk or individual reflection.
12) JOURNAL ENTRIES – Time to process individually and return to group for discussion
13) SELF-MAILER – Participant writes letter to self as a reminder of what was learned.
14) VIRTUAL SLIDESHOW – pass clicker and share vivid detailed descriptions of learning moments.
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•Processing & Reflection
oWhy debrief?
oFacilitator Directed vs. Participant Directed
oWhen & how much to debrief?
oTools
What? So What? Now What?
Talking Piece
1-10 Continuum
Left/Right/Stop Circle
Bull’s-eye
Three Sticks (for talkative groups)
Countdown (for brief debriefs)
Pair Share
Journaling
Goals vs. Objectives
Facilities & Equipment
Age and Ability Considerations
Number of Participants
Physical & Emotional Safety Concerns
Gender & Cultural Considerations
Goals vs. Objectives
100% Cooperation, Participation, Communication
5 fingers (Thumb to Pinky)
1) Be positive, 2) No finger pointing, 3) look for the big picture, 4) work together, 5) talk to each other
Three Things Everyone Needs:
Learn something new,
Develop meaningful relationships,
Accomplish a worthwhile goal.
Wisdom Quotes:
"Eyes to see but do not see…"
Method Teaching
Problem Solving: Define, Suggest, Predict, Refine
Clear and Creative Presentation
Beware the Loopholes
Observation (what are you looking for?)
When to intervene and when not to intervene
Safety issues
Giving Hints
Accommodation (for the challenged)
Limitation (for the dominant)
Communication & Consensus Strategies
STORMING
NORMING
PERFORMING
FORMING
Mixers
Name Games
Get2KnowU
Expectations
Challenges
Switch
Hello
Hello
EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING
& TEAM BUILDING
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