You say what?!
Yes, an Amoeba Teacher. That's what I'm working on: How to be an amoeba teacher. Just to go over an amoeba... it's one of the simplest organisms, and basically is consumed with moving in odd shapes, catching its microscopic prey in its gooey clutches of its capture.
Is this how I want to teach? Actually, not really. Please read on...
I co-teach a Good News Club at an elementary school in my home-town. Also called an After-school Bible Club. (GNC and ABC; Bible clubs through CEF ministries. www.cefonline.com).
My teaching partner and I have a unique group of children there.
I know what you may be thinking, but I've never really thought of what bacteria fit them most, nor really what word described them. After all, they are a diverse group of stark individuals... believe me! But after an "interesting" day of transferring between rooms half-way through class; answering bizarre questions (you can only imagine); and taking multiple sick children to parents homes, Kid's-Stop, and Basketball practice, my teaching partner and I sit breathless in her car after we've packed up our flannel-board and teaching materials.
"Wow!" She ventured.
"Yup." I said
We prayed on the way to my house, where she drops me off after our weekly teaching excursions, and thought a lot about how things were going, how they had gone, how they could go, and what to do; what we had done, what we did do, what we could do, and then what would be the best.