Instruction Methods

Based on John Milton Gregory’s book:    The 7 Laws of Teaching

1. The Law of the Teacher

  • Teachers must be fully equipped with the knowledge they wish to communicat
  • Fresh study and preparation are keys to enriched teaching.

2. The Law of the Learner

  • Student interest and attention must be generated by the teacher.
  • A teacher’s enthusiasm is contagious with students.

3. The Law of the Lesson

  • Lessons are best begun with common and familiar experiences.
  • Excellent teachers understand the background of their pupils and use it as a starting point.

4. The Law of the Language

  • The words used by teachers must be easily understood by students.
  • Illustrations, natural objects, and visual aids are important to good communication.

5. The Law of the Teaching Process

  • Expert teachers arouse and direct self-activities by their students, thus stimulating them to learn for themselves.
  • Student skills grow with practical exercises involving their minds.

6. The Law of the Learning Process

  • Excellent education helps learners to be investigative discoverers.
  • Real and valuable learning is more than memorization.

7. The Law of Review and Application

  • Review perfects knowledge, confirms knowledge, and makes knowledge ready and useful.
  • Practical reviews are characteristic of excellent teachers.

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Contact information

5801 SE Adams Blvd.,
Bartlesville, OK 74006

School Days

8:30am to 3pm