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Today's Devotional: Learning and Doing
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The impact of education globally: infographic
Education is a vital catalyst for positive change. Access to schooling is, for example, a major reason that Scotland punches above its weight on the world stage, because that country had virtually free and universal primary education, centuries before the rest of UK.

9 Ways to Prevent Summer Brain Drain
Summer is the time for playing, relaxing, going on vacation, and watching TV, right? Not exactly. According to a 2001 study from the University of Missouri, kids lose an average of two months’ educational progress over the summer. Two months! In other words, they have to relearn in September and October what they already learned in April […]

Free online training resources for web communication, Christian and secular
Adrienne at the Computer Forensics Training blog has put together a remarkable list of 100 Open Courses to Make Yourself an Internet Expert. These are free downloadable courses from major universities and training institutions, on a wide range of internet and communication topics. We also list other training options for different areas of web ministry which includes the new IMPP online courses from Dr Dave Bourgeois.

Adult learning principles: how people learn effectively including in Christian environment
How best do people learn? It is an interesting question with some fascinating answers, because it has a high degree of relevance to effective Christian communication of the Gospel. Until relatively recently, all teaching strategies were developed for children. But now, considerable research has been done on the best ways to teach adults effectively. Indeed it is a subject that can itself be studied at undergraduate or postgraduate levels.

School in the Bible - a Christian perspective
Daniel and his friends were selected by King Nebuchadnezzar's court officials to go to a sort of Babylonian school. They were to receive teaching in the literature and language of the Babylonians and eventually enter into the King's service.

Learning - a Christian perspective
Solomon's proverbs--and by extension, all of Scripture--are said here to be sound sources of learning and education.

"Wise" in the Bible: Proverbs 1:1-6
This introduction to the book of Proverbs establishes that these, Solomon's proverbs, are intended to educate us and point out the way to true wisdom. Young or old, wise or foolish, we grow in spiritual maturity as we follow these adages.

Hebrews 3:7-19 - Into Thy Word Ministries
Learning from Failure. A call of the Holy Spirit is given; a warning is proclaimed that we must listen to the voice of our Lord Jesus Christ.

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - A Thousand Teachers - #3823
Now looking at everyone you meet as someone from whom you learn something, that's an outlook that can make you a millionaire - spiritually, intellectually, emotionally. Our word for today from the Word of God actually defines major differences between a wise person and foolish person.

Mentoring - Into Thy Word Ministries
Being a mentor is modeling and teaching other Christians the precepts of the Bible and Christian life—mainly prayer, doctrine, Christian living, and worship. It is the practicing mutual faith, which means encouragement, support, and our spiritual gifts, all working as...