Tag: education

Fear by Natalia Marinych

Being Christian In an Age of Fear

Are we living in a generation of fear? It’s not as simple a question as it might seem. It requires digging underneath the seemingly endless sediment of distraction and medication that frees millions of Americans every day from the task of reflection. Fear, like love, is usually only identified by its extreme manifestations, those things which we call “paranoia.” Yet […]

Read more ›
Teaching and Learning in COVID-19-Time

Teaching and Learning in COVID-19-Time

England declared war on Germany on September 3, 1939, just two days after the Nazis invaded Poland. It became a live question, with the Michaelmas term about to begin, whether universities in England should continue to carry out their essential task of learning. For at universities (and any educational institution) students learn (presumably!), and they do so owing to the […]

Read more ›
ECWA Theological Seminary Kagoro

ECWA Theological Seminary Kagoro: Educating the Next Generation of Leaders

Educating the Next Generation of Leaders. You may register on the ECWA Theological Seminary Kagoro website Evangelical Church Winning All (ECWA) Theological Seminary Kagoro is located in Kaduna State, Nigera. The Seminary is the earliest ECWA theological training institution founded in 1931. The Seminary has trained leaders from various denominations across several countries over the years. Missionaries from all over […]

Read more ›
What makes people trust and rely on news (American Press Institute)

Are We Getting to A Time When You Can’t Trust What You See, Hear or Read?

Throughout the day, your mind is getting input from thousands of different sources. I talk about reinventing yourself quite a bit. Part of that process involves changing the way you think. To change the way you think, you can begin to think of your mind as a fortress. If you allow too much garbage into your brain, it will block […]

Read more ›
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 […]

Read more ›
Preparing yourself for Careers of the Future

Preparing yourself for Careers of the Future

You don’t have to be at the top of your class to prepare yourself for careers of the future. However, you have to be well rounded in most disciplines and be dedicated to your studies and open to suggestions from your teacher or your professor. Today’s school administrators also need to rework their curriculum to include both technical and soft […]

Read more ›
How to survive the Next Wave of Automation

How to survive the Next Wave of Automation

by Eric Kingrea | You’ll Be Broke and Jobless Unless You Prep for Jobs That Don’t Exist Yet (images:

Read more ›
What it Means to be an Educated Human Being

What it Means to be an Educated Human Being

by Deacon James H. Toner | The mark of the educated, we used to hear, is the willing acknowledgment
Read more ›
The Educational Psychology Of Jesus Christ

The Educational Psychology Of Jesus Christ

THE EVANGELICAL CHURCH WINNING ALL (ECWA) 5007 SOUTHSIDE DRIVE LOUISVILLE, KY 40214 (502) 375-1904 www.ecwalouisville.org, www.ecwausa.org, ecwaky@gmail.com TOPIC:  The Educational Psychology Of Jesus Christ TEXT: Mark 6: 1-16 Rev. (Dr.) Stephen K. Awoniyi INTRODUCTION In reference to the woman Donna J. Habenicht, the word Psychology can be explained thus: Modern scientific psychology is a relatively young, multifaceted discipline devoted to […]

Read more ›