Over the past several months I have crafted several blog posts for Concordia Publishing House. These posts have similar themes to that of FaithEdTech in that the explore the intersection of faith, education, and technology, but they also serve to point to resources from the publishing house that can help support these three ideas.
Here are links to these posts:
- Why Faithfully Learning?
- Faith and Personalized Learning — the theological case for moving beyond the one-size-fits-all classroom
- Baseball Cards and Sticky Learning — a personal favorite post of mine since it highlights the role of play in the learning process.
- Teach Like Your Hard Drive Crashed — a call to meet the needs of the unique learners in your classroom.
- The New Explanation to Luther’s Small Catechism in Lutheran Schools — a review of this newly published resource from the publishing house.