We’re still talking about education as justice. In this post Kimberly Todd talks about justice as the purpose of education and our purpose as educators who follow the Master Teacher.
We’re heading to India today. Jacob Shylla is back with some thoughts on being incarnational, intentional, and personal with the “loved by Yahweh” in our classrooms. This, he teaches.
Another readers’ favorite, this one from our purpose series. May it refresh and inspire you as you finish out this week of work!
It’s been a year since we started this blog. In order to celebrate, we’re reposting some of your favorites, posts with clicks and shares and mentions on our survey. With sacrifice lately on our minds, this one seemed like a good place to begin.
My ideas about teaching greatly changed…I [came] to realize teaching is not a random choice of many activities without purpose. Teaching is like a journey which has its beginning point … Continue reading