Encouraging the Spiritual development of the Student – Emmanuel Ekpunobi

If we want to encourage students’ spiritual development, it may not be out of place to ask and find out those things that motivate adults to learn. Some of them are reinforcement, immediate feedback, knowing results and making progress. This is because in the final analysis it is the student who is responsible for his spiritual development. We can provide suitable environment, resources and staff but it is only the student that can react to these provisions to make meaning of them. In this case, spiritual development has to be taken up by the student, in the first instance, by himself.

CTE01 spiritual development of students in TE.doc

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