The following essay began as an introduction to a course that I teach in seminary. I left the more parochial subject of journaling as a way to bring
A student’s question became an starting point to convey a philosophy of teaching and learning. The essay, therefore, begins with a contextualized
The following Philosophy of Teaching statement is now published at Figshare Research Publications: Milton, Michael A. “A Philosophy of Teaching”.
Preaching on passages that are so familiar to parishioners can be tricky. On the one hand you don’t want to be novel (would you ever be “novel?”) with
I was recently asked to provide some reflections on worldview and a philosophy of teaching. I share those here as a way of helping others to think
It is a new school year. Teachers and university professors all over the United States, Canada, Great Britain, and the Western European nations, to