For the Bookshelf: Lessons from the Masters

For the Bookshelf: Lessons from the Masters

By Israel Galindo. Associate Dean for Lifelong Learning and Director of Online Education.

October 6, 2014—Polemics against bad teaching and poor education are a staple in social science, philosophy, and education literature. I suspect for two reasons: first, they are…

Learning Is Not An Outcome of Teaching

By Israel Galindo, Associate Dean for Lifelong Learning and Director of Online Education.

July 14, 2014—The counter-intuitive notion that learning is not an outcome of teaching can be a challenging concept. This is natural, for several reasons. First, due to…

Human in the Brain

By Israel Galindo, Associate Dean for Lifelong Learning and Director of Online Education.

July 7, 2014 — Adam Kieper wrote a review of Michael Gazzanig’s book, Human titled, The Synapse and the Soul. It appeared in The Wall Street Journal…

For the Bookshelf: Exploring Spirituality: An Ecumenical Reader

By Israel Galindo, Associate Dean for Lifelong Learning

June 27, 2014—Exploring Spirituality: An Ecumenical Reader, edited by Kenneth J. Collins, is a collection of twenty-four essays in which Roman Catholic, Orthodox, Lutheran, Reformed, Anglican, and Methodist writers describe the unique…

What is Constructivism?

By Israel Galindo, Associate Dean for Lifelong Learning

June 20, 2014—The increase in the use of instructional technologies in seminaries over the past decade, especially online learning, has lived up to the term “disruptive technologies.” As faculty become more adept…

Everything You Know About Teaching Is Wrong

By Israel Galindo, Associate Dean for Lifelong Learning and Director of Online Education.

June 13, 2014—I’ve been in the field of education, from elementary education to higher education, long enough to see fads come and go and dominant philosophies…

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How To Deliver an Effective Children’s Sermon

By Israel Galindo, Associate Dean for Lifelong Learning and Director of Online Education. June 6, 2014—I received an email from a pastor asking about children’s sermons. He just accepted a call to a church at which he’ll need to…

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