|Alfredo served as his translator all week.|
|To the CCI/LA instructors Dr. Jim Plueddemann is a famous person.|
|When they are back in their countries teaching, I pray the image of the gracious, kind, and humble way he accompanies his students and teaches them will come to mind to inspire and guide them.|
Jim would explain a complex idea like power distance (definition of power distance) and then invite the class to share personal examples related to this theory. But then Jim doesn’t just smile, nod his head and say: Thank you for sharing. He prompts us to critically reflect on our own experience and on God’s word by intently listening to us, then deepening the dialogue with questions like:
What do you remember about your favorite teacher doing in class that really impacted you?