Ron Paul Curriculum, Students Tell All! (Video Interview)

The Ron Paul Curriculum, it isn’t what you think it is. Two students, Hector and Jada share their experience about transitioning to the curriculum, a day in the life, and their prospects for college. I think you will be surprised at the answers… Find out...

‘Hole-In-The-Wall’ Computer Kiosks Foster Mathematics Achievement – Sugata Mitra

In 1999, the ‘hole-in-the wall’ experiment in New Delhi, India, moved the computer out of schools and homes into playgrounds. A computer was connected to the Internet and embedded into a brick wall around an informal playground next to a residential slum. Slum...

eLearning Lessons Learned from David Watson & Church Planting Movements: Part 3: Teaching What? Content

David Watson, Church planter, has earned the respect of many through his long career of God-honouring Church planting work in some difficult places. Despite a major setback mid-career he is, by the grace of God, and through a rigorous commitment to communicate only...

But Who Are the ‘Poor and Marginalised?’ in the Developing World?

Three million baptisms from the prayers of one man, under God, in the space of fourteen years, in a gospel-resistant region. Pow! Boom! Crack! Having your expectations of ‘normal’ Church growth blown to smithereens can be mildly disorientating, like being...

EDx Harvard and MIT Explode World’s Largest Ever E-Learning Bomb, But Will it Wake Up The Church?

M.I.T. and Harvard have joined forces to do what has never been done before, what was previously un-doable. They have torn down the walls of their lecture theatres and given away the course notes. They are freely offering complete electronic access to everything the...

Mobile Phones are the Future of eLearning in Africa (But Windows Desktops are the Present)

I used to hang out a lot in ETC’s cafeteria, cheap caffeine, food and… free wifi from the hotel across the road meant I stayed for as long as my battery would allow. Inevitably I found myself drawn into helping to fix other people’s computer problems. Maybe it’s a...