Binhi members from the Local Congregation of Spruce Meadows, Ecclesiastical District of Calgary, Canada, gathered online on January 16, 2022 for a conference to exchange ideas on study habits with one another.
With the help of a facilitator, the teenagers took turns in sharing with their fellow attendees their study habits they perceived worked well for them.
The free exchange of ideas on how to conduct study sessions, especially at present when most classes were done online, opened the minds of the attendees about varying learning styles that they could apply in their own situation as they see fit.
Before the open discussion, Thania Padillo, a KADIWA officer and the facilitator of the activity, shared to the young brethren her techniques in studying specific subjects. She also gave motivational advice on how to pass the exams or quizzes. Above all, she advised them that to excel in school, and in other aspects of their lives, they must never forget to conduct a personal devotional prayer to seek guidance and help from the Lord God.
The young brethren not only discovered learning styles from other students but also found new friends. — With reports from INC News Section