Adults love to learn, IF they want to. If they see no need for whatever you’re trying to teach, forget it, you’ve lost them. Entrust CEO David Goodman’s perspective on adult learning is truthful, practical and funny. Read on!
How do adults learn? What are the best ways to facilitate real life change in grown-ups? How do we move past information transfer to life transformation? Read on. It’s all here in the autumn edition of Engage, at www.entrust4.org/201709Engage.
“Mother, mother, see Spot! See Spot run!” “The eensy-weensy spider …” ABC. One two three. Red yellow blue.
Kid stuff. Outdated approaches. Not the way any of us seek to help adults learn new concepts in the new millennium. But guess what. Much of our effort to help adults learn new concepts in the new millennium is not terribly effective. Lecture. Sermon. Talking. Textbooks. Fill-in-the-blank studies.
Entrust takes adult learning super seriously. How do adults learn? What approaches lead to real life change? Our global team shares insights and stories sure to impact your work and ministry, in the autumn edition of Engage. Watch for a link here on Sept. 19.
Agnese was sold on Entrust training before she even fully knew what it was. She took her first course in 2015. Now she’s directing Entrust training across the entire nation of Latvia. Read about her lightning-speed journey, by clicking the link below.
Ever been surprised by doing something you thought you couldn’t do well and seeing something really good as a result? Entrust’s Ester A. knows the feeling. Click below to find her story.
At Entrust, we focus much of our energy on methodology, but never to the exclusion of the people we’re called to serve. This summer, our eMagazine, Engage, is all about people; people serving with Entrust, people served by Entrust. So, allow us to introduce Zrinka and Agnese, Mark and Ester, Roger and Dimitri and Vasili and Tim and Athea-Maria and …
What role does God play in changing lives? How is God working through Entrust in people’s lives? Watch for stories about real-life impact, right here, this Tuesday, in our quarterly eMagazine, Engage.
Meanwhile, consider: who is impacting your life? Whose life are you impacting? Where do you see God in all of this?