|To the Teachers
|Advanced Bible Reader can be a great tool to aid congregations and homeschooling groups in their quest to teach their young people God's Word. Each teacher can set up multiple student accounts. The teacher has access to the accounts in order to see how many points a student has, which tests have been taken, and which questions have been answered correctly or incorrectly. The beauty of ABR is that it can be accessed from any location that has an Internet connection. That means that if a church classroom has an Internet connection, students can log into their accounts and take ABR tests at the beginning or end of Bible class. Also, those who study at home can take tests on their own, and the teacher can track their progress from any Internet connection. ABR is ideal to use as supplemental material for congregational Bible classes, or as the core of a homeschooling Bible curriculum.
|How to get the Most out of Advanced Bible Reader
|The fact that young people can read the Bible and test over the material will be a challenge that will keep many young people interested in the program. In order to get the most out of ABR, however, we think that teachers and parents need to get involved by offering incentives and recognition for significant ABR milestones. For instance, a parent or teacher could offer a prize of some sort for each point total reached. Smaller prizes for 100 ABR points, larger for 200, etc. Congregations might purchase new Bibles and make a formal presentation to all the young people who reach 300 or 500 points. The sky is the limit as to what the incentives might be, but parent and teacher incentive programs will be key to the successful use of the Advanced Bible Reader.
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