Deuteronomy 6:4-7 Ideas

Here is a growing list of practical ideas on how to daily live Deuteronomy 6:4-7.  Enjoy! As you are driving, conversations about billboards, store signs.  Link it into faith. Have breakfast or dinner together–at least one meal a day together. Think “everything is with my family.”  Do things with your family. Let your kids see
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A Case for Hybrid Education

Ketchup on My Ketchup:  Are We Obsessed with Traditional Education, Keeping Us Away From More Biblically-Centered Approaches to Education? By William Hurtado Ketchup and salsa—favorite American condiments—are so important to the American diet that it’s hard to believe their base ingredient was once considered toxic.  For about 200 years through the end of the 19th century, most
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Many Pathways to Graduation

Like a State Superintendent of Public Instruction said, “There are many pathways for students to obtain their high school diploma.”  How true this is!  Especially after the emergence of “cloud computing” over 10 years ago.  Now, instead of having to wait in long lines or go to a building to take a class, for example, all one has to
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Transformative Learning

Do you want to know about the philosophy behind Highest Education?  It is called Transformative Learning. Transformative Learning is a sophisticated way of saying much of what an inspired educational expert Ellen White said about true education.  Prepare yourself for heavy scholastic language that explains how the Transformative Learning theory is a process of “perspective transformation” with
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Character Training

What is Highest Education?   Highest Education is not higher education, because an academic degree is not the end-goal; it is highest education, because something much greater is the goal—eternity. If a diploma is an earthly treasure, then a Christlike character is a heavenly treasure.  “A character formed according to the divine likeness is the only treasure that we can take from this
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7 Reason Why I Appreciate Our Brick-and Mortar Schools and Those Who Teach There

7 Reason Why I Appreciate Our Brick-and Mortar Schools and Those Who Teach There We need our schools and teachers!  Our society needs certain institutions to function.  City halls, libraries, parks, stores, schools, and the list goes on.  We need our brick-and-mortar schools to help families educate their children, plain and simple! A CHRISTIAN School!
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More Innovation Through Education

Richard Miller, president of Olin College, describes disruptive ideas about education and learning that universities should adopt to graduate more creative, entrepreneurial and impactful engineers. He explains how a focus on math and science alone won’t result in more innovation, and that higher education must instill traits like grit and independent thinking.