Again I believe that children are not empty vessels the time they enter school, they rather have some education or traditional knowledge that they may have picked in the society they were born from. So it is important as a teacher to consider the prior knowledge that a learner has in order to figure out or negotiate a better way of reconciling it with the new knowledge the learner has to acquire.Children are unique individuals and each one has his/her unique individual needs, thus as a teacher I need to attend to the idiosyncratic needs of each individual learner. It is important that each child is attended to uniquely, thus this calls for consideration of 'humanistic' approach to learning. Yount (1996) states that "â€¦educational humanism simply means that educators are very interested in the personal needs and concerns of each of their students." Thus this suggests that each child or learner internalises the content material according to his/her ability as well as according to one's own pace. I look at the attitudes of the learners, my main goal is to modify the attitude of my students. I prepare personal lesson plans and lessons to meet each individual learner's needs in relation to their attitude. Again Yount says that most humanistic teachers believe and have faith in religion, they attach Christian values that promote the development and growth of an individual in society. In this case there must be a concern for the individual person and his/her personal needs. As Christians we need to attach Christian values that promote personal, individual development and growth.