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13 Responses to “My Christmas Wish”

  1. Perry says:

    Mike
    The implications of “knowing” about good and evil are far reaching. If I have had information pass my mind about good but not done anything I don’t know about good. But despite that if I do contrary to the information that has passed my mind I know all about evil, yet I very well may not know the difference between the two

  2. Jay Lampart says:

    So true. Studying Scripture AND partaking in the Sacraments are both critical to growing in The Lord. They are not mutually exclusive.

  3. Roy Aiken says:

    With the rise of eLearning, lecture is taking the lead – I’m wondering what measures would help to infuse eLearning lectures with “doing”. Quizzes don’t do it for me.

  4. Mike Metzger says:

    You are right, Roy. Coupling eLearning with periodic and regular onsite innovation labs is the solution. In these labs, mentors work with practitioners in solving problems. It is the hands-on ingredient essential to acquiring genuine knowledge.

  5. Dave Thom says:

    Mike, whatever happened to the school?

  6. Mike Metzger says:

    In 1901 the University of Chicago combined the Laboratory School with the Chicago Institute, a private progressive normal school that had been founded by Francis W. Parker. As part of the university’s new School of Education, secondary schools were established in 1902 and under Dewey’s leadership were merged in 1903 into a set of laboratory schools. The schools marked the beginning of the lab school movement for teacher preparation and educational research in the United States. The Laboratory Schools enroll pupils from nursery school through the 12th grade. There are dozens of them today.

  7. Dave Thom says:

    I see, thanks. $29,424 per year makes it a formidable challenge to be educated in a proper way! Still, your thoughts are wisely provocative toward asking ourselves how we ourselves and others best learn anything: take it out of our “heads only” culture and include our hands.

  8. Dave says:

    I see, thanks. $29,424 per year makes it a formidable challenge to be educated in a proper way! Still, your thoughts are wisely provocative toward asking ourselves how we ourselves and others best learn anything: take it out of our “heads only” culture and include our hands.

  9. Ray Saunders says:

    Curious if you are pursuing this BHAG – would like to know more.

  10. Mike Metzger says:

    Ray: As a matter of fact, I am with one institute. I’d appreciate any and all prayer for this possibility. While not appropriate to discuss here, you can contact me via email and we can talk further.

  11. John Andrew, Jr. says:

    Mike, what geographic area would you want to do this in?

  12. Melanie Palmer says:

    I’m interested in where these lab schools exist now AND in possibly being involved in one. I live in Idaho.

  13. Cindy Norris says:

    Hi Mike!
    I really love reading your website content. I would be very interested in being a nurse at that school. It is a fabulous idea and I know you can make it happen!!! Contact me, Kathy has my number I hope.

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