Pete and Cecilia on May 21st, 2009

Which do you like better: multiple choice, fill-in or essay tests?

Every student has a preference. And so do teachers! For example, essay tests are disappearing, partly because they take longer to grade and grading is considered less accurate than for other forms.

All three kinds of questions produce answers that help teachers understand what students have [...]

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Pete and Cecilia on May 7th, 2009

[It's good to be back from travels. We have a lot of pent-up material to write about!]

Pete was interviewed by Pilgrim Radio Network (CA, MT, NV, WY) to discuss the social, spiritual and technological implications of email in our combative world.

This expanded on a recent print interview (”You’ve Got Jail: Missionaries’ imprisonment shows the security [...]

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Pete and Cecilia on March 12th, 2009

Let’s continue the SLTy (Spirit-Led Technology) evaluation process. In part one we described the transformation of a global conversation on making disciples, from the “what” questions concerning technologies to use, to the deeper “why” question of real needs and God’s perspective on the topic (disciple-making).

As you may remember, we began this analysis while preparing for [...]

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Pete and Cecilia on February 25th, 2009

How is Spirit-Led Technology put into practice?

Here is a concrete example. During a recent teleconference with worldwide ministry leaders, we discussed cutting-edge strategies for making disciples.

These leaders work globally in well-known organizations that, over the last two decades, have often approached ICTA for technology advice. We appreciate their willingness to again include us in [...]

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