Education is an interesting tension between standardization and uniqueness.
On the one hand, everyone is supposed to learn how to read. No exceptions. On the other hand, you get to go to the school library and choose your own book to read, according to your personal tastes.
The tools I am envisioning for those who want to learn how to research principles in the Word will have the same tension. On the one hand, there are skills that simply have to be learned, not the least of which is learning to think differently.
On the other hand, there are a wide variety of ways to learn, and I have to be cognizant of that as we craft the platforms.
With that in mind, we will be posting a lot of polls in the next few weeks seeking to hear from the Noble Subjects where our starting point is.
Here is the first. It is anonymous, so your answers will not in any way reflect on whether you get invited to participate in a project or not. It will merely allow me to see broad patterns.
Since curiosity is one of the strong traits of our Tribe, I will report in a subsequent blog any surprising results.
Copyright January 2018 by Arthur Burk