We must begin the quarter with specific objectives and end the quarter with criteria with which to determine if we’ve met those objectives.
1. Cultivate pride by writing only to impress your professors instead of writing to better understand and more clearly communicate truth. 2. Perfect the fine art of corner-cutting by not really researching for a paper but instead writing your uneducated and unsubstantiated opinions and filling them in with strategically placed footnotes. 3. Mistake the amount … Continue reading How to Waste Your Theological Education
In late March, Time magazine featured an excellent article about the ill-affects of personal technology on Junior High, High School and College age students entitled, The Multitasking Generation. The subheading of the article's title reads, "They're emailing, IMing and downloading while writing a history essay, what is all that digital juggling doing to kids’ brains … Continue reading Kids and Technology