Category: Education

Are You Developing Skills That Won’t Be Automated?

How to Prepare for the Rise of Robots and Artificial Intelligence

The jobs replaced by technology probably won’t ever come back, at least not in any major way. Given the huge momentum behind AI and robotics development, we should assume that many, if not most, jobs will be affected, even if they aren’t eliminated. Although we can’t know for sure what the future holds, it’s smart to prepare as if the […]

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Helping Young Men that Have Fallen through the Cracks. A group of Chicago South Side youths unveil this mural for a Garrett Popcorn Shop.

Helping Those that Have Fallen through the Cracks

I’m a Chicago teacher who has watched many Javions fall through the cracks. Here’s what would help. As a Chicago Public School teacher and librarian for the past 15 years, I’ve seen many students fall through the cracks. I remember the young man who sat in my class at the beginning of his senior year, eager to learn. By the […]

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Bible Gateway: Your Best Place to Stay Current with Bible-Related Developments

Bible Gateway: Your Best Place to Stay Current with Bible-Related Developments

Bible Gateway is a searchable and shareable digital Bible with more than 200 versions in more than 70 languages. Their Blog features news about the Bible, interviews with authors about their Bible-focused books, and the latest announcements from Bible Gateway. It’s the best place to stay current with Bible-related developments. They interview a variety of authors who write about Bible […]

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A Christian Foundation for Underprivileged Youths, Widows and Orphans in Thailand Need your Support

A Christian Foundation for Underprivileged Youths, Widows and Orphans in Thailand Need your Support

Greetings in the name of our Lord! Therefore, my beloved brothers, be steadfast, immovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, knowing that in the Lord your labor is not in vain ~ 1 Corinthians 15 verse 58 (ESV). It was a vision that God gave to me a couple of years ago to start a Foundation because we […]

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Humor as Virtue: Isaac Singer’s “Gimpel the Fool”.

Humor as Virtue: Isaac Singer’s “Gimpel the Fool”

by John M. Gist | One moral lesson in Singer’s narrative is this: Who am I to judge in a world where miracles have and do occur? This question helps me to “Know thyself” by realizing the world, at bottom, is a mystery where a crucified Christ rose from the dead (Video: by The Nepheshtheatre). Early on in the essay, […]

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What if God calls you to be an architect?

What if God Calls You to Be An Architect?

by Femi B. Adeleye | Our professional callings are pre-ordained to be spheres of service to God. Because the workplace is where most of us spend most of our time week after week, it provides a unique opportunity for ministry (Video clip: The Most Amazing Modern Architecture Design on Earth by Unique World). In my years of working with students, […]

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Camp Thunderbird_ Adventure of a Lifetime

Camp Thunderbird: Adventure of a Lifetime

While the people are the heart and soul of camp, the setting is just about perfect. With Boys and Girls Camp

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What are the budget implications for education and particularly tech this year?

What are the budget implications for education and particularly tech this year? Do you expect to see growing investment, or a decline?

In an interview conducted by Lisa Yeaton – Specialist, Content Marketing for Extreme Networks, Bob Nilsson, director of content and vertical solutions marketing presented his views on EdTech trends for this year. Among educators and IT managers, the biggest issue for 2019 is whether EdTech will deliver on the promise of improving educational outcomes and extending quality education to students of […]

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Teaching Quality Health and Physical Education

Teaching Quality Health and Physical Education

by Dean Dudley, Amanda Telford, Claire | This practical new text will help pre- and in-service teachers to

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Convergent and Discriminant Validity

What is convergent validity and discriminant validity?

by Martyn Shuttleworth | The basic difference between convergent and discriminant validity is that

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