Portsmouth 2017 with Jonathan Doyle | noreply@blogger.com (Mr Lewis)

Jonathan and me via Jonathan’s Twitter I was fortunate to be invited to Portsmouth Diocese during a week of talks by Jonathan Doyle. On Monday 20th March 2017, I travelled down to St Jude’s Catholic Primary School in Fareham. Jonathan is an internationally renowned speaker on Catholic education. He has spoken to over 300,000 Catholic teachers … More Portsmouth 2017 with Jonathan Doyle | noreply@blogger.com (Mr Lewis)

Critically evaluate the Ontological Argument. (40) | vardycharlotte

The Ontological Argument was first so-called by Immanuel Kant, who sought to destroy the attempt to establish God’s existence a priori that had been made by Leibniz, Descartes and first by St Anselm.  In basic terms the Ontological Argument suggests that since P1. God is supremely perfect and P2. Existence in reality is better than … More Critically evaluate the Ontological Argument. (40) | vardycharlotte

Structured revision lessons using retrieval, spacing & interleaving | missdcox

The problem with many revision classes is that many teachers think that students can suddenly self organise and self motivate. This is rarely the case. Last year I trialled a revision lesson structure and blogged on it here- Using research to design a revision session. The feedback from students was positive and I believe these … More Structured revision lessons using retrieval, spacing & interleaving | missdcox

Schmemann on Death and the Afterlife | Matthew Livermore

Now we understand why God desires that death, why the Father gives His Only-Begotten Son to it. He desires the salvation of man, i.e., that the destruction of death shall not be an act of His power (“Thinkest thou that I cannot now pray to My Father, and He shall presently give Me more than … More Schmemann on Death and the Afterlife | Matthew Livermore