Nexus Notes – November 17, 2017

A nexus is a series of connections linking two or more things. These notes are dedicated to linking us to great content elsewhere out on the web.

Assessment That Comforts – An excellent and intriguing article about the position that assessment has in classical Christian education. Dr. Perrin comments, “Assessing a student can bless and comfort because it is meant to help a child do what he longs to do—to understand an idea, perform a skill, or know a fact.”

Knowledge Does Not Mean Maturity – Although meant to address pastors, Paul David Tripps warnings about knowledge equaling maturity are beneficial to all. “It is dangerous to think that if I know that thing, I am that thing.”

James White’s 4 Keys to Effective Debating – Here are James White’s four keys to becoming an effective debater. These are handy and solid.

How does one train a child’s affections? – Ask Andrew Kern Podcast –  Andrew Kern contemplates what it means to train a child’s affections and what role emotion should play in education

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