Some Specific, Non-boring Teaching Methods

Clarke Green has posted a series of articles titled Instructional Methods for Scouts. These are great for learning in Scouts, but they certainly aren’t limited to that. Teaching teenage boys is a special challenge, mostly because they haven’t learned to be quiet and polite when they are bored out of their skulls. If you’d like to move beyond boring your students, give these a try.

  1. Introduction
  2. Round Robins
  3. Guided Discovery
  4. Coach and Pupil
  5. Kim’s Game and Variations
  6. Circle Up!
  7. Preparing
  8. Who Instructs?

Or, get the whole thing as a PDF.

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