Has God pricked your heart?
Are you ready to explore how He might use you in Europe?
Recently, I was asked a if and how well written curriculum could result in relationships being developed between the teachers and students. I immediately answered yes, but had to think about the “how” part of the question. To properly explain how a good curriculum can aid in relationship building, I need you to think back to when you were in school. Think back to your […]
Greece is not Germany. Greeks are not Germans. 3 days is not 5 days. 50 students are not 30 students. These may seem like obvious statements, and they are, but these were the statements that were the tests for our TEFL curriculum during an English Easter camp near Athens. None of these were insurmountable, but they would present challenges. Before this camp, the curriculum had […]
The Narnia project has been long in process and is one of the biggest projects eDOT has ever worked on, but I wouldn’t call it the most technological project we have ever done. When it was suggested that I enter it into the Technology for Missions (TFM) Contest at a techie conference (ICCM Europe) I thought, “sure why not?” Inside, though, I wasn’t that confident […]