You are on the right track. The Bible does not support dialectic study. The New Testament teaches an expository method of Bible study in which sound biblical hermeneutical principles are used to determine what God said and what he meant by what He said. Dialectics is the presentation of opposing views which in a debate type forum is used to try and understand the subject of study. It seeks a meaning by looking are different ďopinions.Ē There is no exact way to determine if the opinion is correct or not.
Didactic study is done by a teacher who seeks give moral or spiritual instruction. If a Bible teacher is seeking to teach
Godís way is studying God word expositorily. That means a seeking the definition of words and their correct meanings. God used specific words to reveal His truth to us that had the meaning He wished to convey. One cannot reach a spiritual understanding or application of Godís word without know correctly what God said. That means we interpret the word of God using the grammatical, historical, cultural method of interpretation. That means determining how the words were used in the context of when they were written.
I have an article athttps://bible-truth.org/InterpretationPrinciples.pdf
titled ďBiblical Principles for Interpreting Godís Word.Ē The companion of this article is athttps://bible-truth.org/ExpositoryBibleStudy.html
that is a course on how to expositorily study Godís word.
I know there are lots of literature and teachers who use other methods, but in reality the only proper and correct way is the expository way. Spiritual truths must be based a sound understanding of Godís word or what is produced is not of God. That is a major problem today.
I would suggest you read the two articles which will give you the proper understanding of what true Bible study is.
As far a having a woman, no matter how qualified to teach mixed classes is addressed in 1 Timothy 2:11-15. Today that is not popular. Yet, it is a test of oneís devotion to God and His truth. Women should teach women not men. Some will say this was a cultural matter in Paulís day. I point out that Paul justified it by showing the example of the woman being deceived. I have pastored now for forty years and it has never been a problem in the churches I taught, because godly women believe and accept Godís word and the ministry and service He has given them.