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Designing for Online Distance Education: Putting Pedagogy Before Technology
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This article introduces online distance education and examines in detail the pedagogical possibilities for online learning by providing a number of examples drawn from online courses. Expand
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Learning (about) Outcomes: How the Focus on Assessment Can Help Overall Course Design.
The demand for quantitative assessment by external agencies and internal administrators can leave post-secondary instructors confused about the nature and purpose of “learning outcomes” and fearfulExpand
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The Completion of a Religious Duty: The Background of 2 Cor 8.1–15
There has been a tendency among some exegetes to treat 2 Cor 8.1–15 as ‘merely’ an administrative and financial issue. Often this conclusion is based on Paul's use of ἐπιτeλέω which, they argue,Expand
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Welcoming Design – Hosting a Hospitable Online Course
.  A discussion about how instructors can host a hospitable online learning environment can address one of the fundamental philosophical and theological concerns frequently expressed about onlineExpand
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Translocal Relationships Among Voluntary Associations and Early Christianity
An analysis of inscriptional data from voluntary associations in antiquity suggests that some associations had translocal links. At the same time, early Christian groups are shown to be more locallyExpand
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The “Parallel Process”
A solution to get the problem off, have you found it? Really? What kind of solution do you resolve the problem? From what sources? Well, there are so many questions that we utter every day. No matterExpand
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The Thessalonian Christian Community as a Professional Voluntary Association
Among scholars of the NT there is a growing awareness of the importance of studies of early Christianity that take seriously local peculiarities. Exegetes recognize that NT texts must be read in theExpand
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A Question of Death: Paul's Community-Building Language in 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18
In ancient voluntary associations, death, burial, and memorial figured prominently in the collective lives of their members.1 In light of this prominence, it is interesting to note, with Jonathan Z.Expand
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Narrative technique and generic designation : Crowd scenes in Luke-Acts and in Chariton
Une comparaison des passages mettant en scene la foule dans l'oeuvre de Chariton, Chaereas and Callirhoe, dans Luc et les Actes revele de nombreuses similitudes. L'auteur de Luc et des Actes presenteExpand
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