Created with a Mind to Love, Learn, and Sacrifice
While attending this year’s TESOL convention, Shoshannah Hernandez heard about connections between affect, learning, and survival On that Good Friday, she saw deeper links between this research and a greater love. Pentecost seems an appropriate time to consider these connections.
Journeying with Jim Cummins
Alan Seaman closes out our favorite theories series with reflections on Jim Cummins, bilingualism, and caring for the “alien” in our midst.
Linguistic Relativity and Spiritual Transformation
As Kimberly tells us about a favorite theory, she takes us from linguistic relativism to spiritual transformation, from a community of practice to the Body.
Going with the Flow
Bradley Baurain gets us going with the flow this week as he shows how the theory of flow connects with his faith.
In this week’s post, David Broersma tells us about a learning theory that makes him want to break out in praise to the Creator.
In the Zone
This week Melissa takes us into the zone, the Zone of Proximal Development, as she shares how a favorite theory, Constructivism, connects with her faith.
Diversity in the Body
We’ve asked teacher educators to share a favorite learning theory and how it connects with their faith. Judith Lingenfelter starts us off with some reflections on the Theory of Multiple Intelligences.