As many institutions shift learning online to help prevent further spread of COVID-19, formative presence and community remain very possible.
H.-G. Gadamer concludes his essay on “The Universality of the Hermeneutical Problem” by commenting on the importance of language, with an interestingly theological turn. Gadamer suggests, The … building up of our own world in language persists whenever we want to say something to each other. The result is the actual relationship of men to […]
I’ve recently had the opportunity of working through Andrew Babyak’s article, “A Teaching Strategy for a Christian Virtual Environment” (Journal of Research in Christian Education 24, no. 1 : 63–77). A number of Babyak’s reflections are quite insightful and helpful. According to the abstract, The current landscape in education is changing rapidly as online learning […]
As an interesting new addition to its Apps for Education platform, Google is working toward a full September release for “Classroom”: For more information or to apply to join the initial Classroom preview group, please see the Google Classroom site.