Education

Multi-age classrooms

Posted on January 17, 2013 by Jeffrey Thayne

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Salman Khan makes some fascinating remarks in his book The One World Schoolhouse: Arguable, this separation by age is the most powerful division of all, because it has allowed for the development of set curricula and ultimately arbitrary but consensual… [click to read more]

Technology and Educational Salvation

Posted on November 12, 2012 by Jeffrey Thayne

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As a beginning PhD student in Instructional Technology and the Learning Sciences, I’ve been doing a lot of reading about the role of technology in education. Recently, I’ve coalesced some of my thoughts into a little rant. The following is… [click to read more]

Go Away … I Mean, Come Here

Posted on May 18, 2011 by Nathan Richardson

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Nathan Richardson This will be a brief post. I just want to make one point about how we use words. This matters because sometimes when discussing the gospel, people will use one passage of scripture or quote from a prophet,… [click to read more]

All Metaphors Run Out of Gas

Posted on January 21, 2009 by Nathan Richardson

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Nathan Richardson The Spirit of God Like a Fire is Burning. Yeah, the Holy Spirit is often compared to a flame, but that doesn’t mean we need to keep small children from getting too close to it. If you’ve ever… [click to read more]

Where’s My Diploma?

Posted on May 26, 2008 by Jeffrey Thayne

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Jeffrey Thayne We habitually consider the university to be an institution of higher learning, that is, a place where students go to learn. Let’s imagine for a moment a university at which the quality of instruction surpasses every other school…. [click to read more]

Where’s My Diploma?

Posted on May 26, 2008 by Jeffrey Thayne

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Jeffrey Thayne We habitually consider the university to be an institution of higher learning, that is, a place where students go to learn. Let’s imagine for a moment a university at which the quality of instruction surpasses every other school…. [click to read more]

Multi-age classrooms

Posted on January 17, 2013 by Jeffrey Thayne

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Salman Khan makes some fascinating remarks in his book The One World Schoolhouse: Arguable, this separation by age is the most powerful division of all, because it has allowed for the development of set curricula and ultimately arbitrary but consensual… [click to read more]

Technology and Educational Salvation

Posted on November 12, 2012 by Jeffrey Thayne

1

As a beginning PhD student in Instructional Technology and the Learning Sciences, I’ve been doing a lot of reading about the role of technology in education. Recently, I’ve coalesced some of my thoughts into a little rant. The following is… [click to read more]

Go Away … I Mean, Come Here

Posted on May 18, 2011 by Nathan Richardson

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Nathan Richardson This will be a brief post. I just want to make one point about how we use words. This matters because sometimes when discussing the gospel, people will use one passage of scripture or quote from a prophet,… [click to read more]

All Metaphors Run Out of Gas

Posted on January 21, 2009 by Nathan Richardson

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Nathan Richardson The Spirit of God Like a Fire is Burning. Yeah, the Holy Spirit is often compared to a flame, but that doesn’t mean we need to keep small children from getting too close to it. If you’ve ever… [click to read more]

All Metaphors Run Out of Gas

Posted on January 21, 2009 by Nathan Richardson

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Nathan Richardson The Spirit of God Like a Fire is Burning. Yeah, the Holy Spirit is often compared to a flame, but that doesn’t mean we need to keep small children from getting too close to it. If you’ve ever… [click to read more]

Go Away … I Mean, Come Here

Posted on May 18, 2011 by Nathan Richardson

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Nathan Richardson This will be a brief post. I just want to make one point about how we use words. This matters because sometimes when discussing the gospel, people will use one passage of scripture or quote from a prophet,… [click to read more]

Where’s My Diploma?

Posted on May 26, 2008 by Jeffrey Thayne

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Jeffrey Thayne We habitually consider the university to be an institution of higher learning, that is, a place where students go to learn. Let’s imagine for a moment a university at which the quality of instruction surpasses every other school…. [click to read more]

Technology and Educational Salvation

Posted on November 12, 2012 by Jeffrey Thayne

1

As a beginning PhD student in Instructional Technology and the Learning Sciences, I’ve been doing a lot of reading about the role of technology in education. Recently, I’ve coalesced some of my thoughts into a little rant. The following is… [click to read more]

Multi-age classrooms

Posted on January 17, 2013 by Jeffrey Thayne

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Salman Khan makes some fascinating remarks in his book The One World Schoolhouse: Arguable, this separation by age is the most powerful division of all, because it has allowed for the development of set curricula and ultimately arbitrary but consensual… [click to read more]

Multi-age classrooms

Posted on January 17, 2013 by Jeffrey Thayne

0

Salman Khan makes some fascinating remarks in his book The One World Schoolhouse: Arguable, this separation by age is the most powerful division of all, because it has allowed for the development of set curricula and ultimately arbitrary but consensual… [click to read more]

Technology and Educational Salvation

Posted on November 12, 2012 by Jeffrey Thayne

1

As a beginning PhD student in Instructional Technology and the Learning Sciences, I’ve been doing a lot of reading about the role of technology in education. Recently, I’ve coalesced some of my thoughts into a little rant. The following is… [click to read more]

Go Away … I Mean, Come Here

Posted on May 18, 2011 by Nathan Richardson

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Nathan Richardson This will be a brief post. I just want to make one point about how we use words. This matters because sometimes when discussing the gospel, people will use one passage of scripture or quote from a prophet,… [click to read more]

All Metaphors Run Out of Gas

Posted on January 21, 2009 by Nathan Richardson

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Nathan Richardson The Spirit of God Like a Fire is Burning. Yeah, the Holy Spirit is often compared to a flame, but that doesn’t mean we need to keep small children from getting too close to it. If you’ve ever… [click to read more]

Where’s My Diploma?

Posted on May 26, 2008 by Jeffrey Thayne

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Jeffrey Thayne We habitually consider the university to be an institution of higher learning, that is, a place where students go to learn. Let’s imagine for a moment a university at which the quality of instruction surpasses every other school…. [click to read more]

Where’s My Diploma?

Posted on May 26, 2008 by Jeffrey Thayne

3

Jeffrey Thayne We habitually consider the university to be an institution of higher learning, that is, a place where students go to learn. Let’s imagine for a moment a university at which the quality of instruction surpasses every other school…. [click to read more]

Multi-age classrooms

Posted on January 17, 2013 by Jeffrey Thayne

0

Salman Khan makes some fascinating remarks in his book The One World Schoolhouse: Arguable, this separation by age is the most powerful division of all, because it has allowed for the development of set curricula and ultimately arbitrary but consensual… [click to read more]

Technology and Educational Salvation

Posted on November 12, 2012 by Jeffrey Thayne

1

As a beginning PhD student in Instructional Technology and the Learning Sciences, I’ve been doing a lot of reading about the role of technology in education. Recently, I’ve coalesced some of my thoughts into a little rant. The following is… [click to read more]

Go Away … I Mean, Come Here

Posted on May 18, 2011 by Nathan Richardson

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Nathan Richardson This will be a brief post. I just want to make one point about how we use words. This matters because sometimes when discussing the gospel, people will use one passage of scripture or quote from a prophet,… [click to read more]

All Metaphors Run Out of Gas

Posted on January 21, 2009 by Nathan Richardson

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Nathan Richardson The Spirit of God Like a Fire is Burning. Yeah, the Holy Spirit is often compared to a flame, but that doesn’t mean we need to keep small children from getting too close to it. If you’ve ever… [click to read more]

All Metaphors Run Out of Gas

Posted on January 21, 2009 by Nathan Richardson

10

Nathan Richardson The Spirit of God Like a Fire is Burning. Yeah, the Holy Spirit is often compared to a flame, but that doesn’t mean we need to keep small children from getting too close to it. If you’ve ever… [click to read more]

Go Away … I Mean, Come Here

Posted on May 18, 2011 by Nathan Richardson

6

Nathan Richardson This will be a brief post. I just want to make one point about how we use words. This matters because sometimes when discussing the gospel, people will use one passage of scripture or quote from a prophet,… [click to read more]

Where’s My Diploma?

Posted on May 26, 2008 by Jeffrey Thayne

3

Jeffrey Thayne We habitually consider the university to be an institution of higher learning, that is, a place where students go to learn. Let’s imagine for a moment a university at which the quality of instruction surpasses every other school…. [click to read more]

Technology and Educational Salvation

Posted on November 12, 2012 by Jeffrey Thayne

1

As a beginning PhD student in Instructional Technology and the Learning Sciences, I’ve been doing a lot of reading about the role of technology in education. Recently, I’ve coalesced some of my thoughts into a little rant. The following is… [click to read more]

Multi-age classrooms

Posted on January 17, 2013 by Jeffrey Thayne

0

Salman Khan makes some fascinating remarks in his book The One World Schoolhouse: Arguable, this separation by age is the most powerful division of all, because it has allowed for the development of set curricula and ultimately arbitrary but consensual… [click to read more]