Asian church leaders discuss the tradition of experiential learning set in their culture and its potential effectiveness for seeking Christian transformation.
On my first day of school as a newly minted high school English teacher, I faced two classes of low-level seniors. They stared back at me, 23 years old, barely older than they. One student bragged, “We got rid of a teacher and two subs last year. How long d...
Leaders development in highly oral contexts and in non-formal setting, how to empower and how to assess.
The authors provide drivers and practical steps for creating learning environments.
Classroom environments can be created intentionally; the writer describes how this worked amongst indigenous communities.
A multi-year research showing the shift of learning preferences in the classrooms.
Pathways include:formal; informal; non-formal training: theological, pastoral, leadership, government, market place…
How do oral preference learners learn? Why is repetition important?
Will this provide greater effectiveness?
A missionary artist in West Africa taught me how to walk into a local market empty-handed and walk out with indigenous materials. She would look for scraps of fabric, discarded candy wrappers, plants with staining qualities useful for painting, and newsprin...