Should cellphones be allowed at schools, or are they better banned?
A mother journeys with her addict son. Here’s her story
Have you ever wondered how the global citizens of the future will access the knowledge of their cultures and heritage that are increasingly being stored only on the Internet, vulnerable to disappear at any time? The Internet Archives aims to link the events, ideas and lessons learned from one generation to the next.
Every teacher knows the kind of students that are able to distract the whole class in a minute, without caring about reprimands. A third-grade-teacher discovered her first and most important task…
By Maria Villar
A professor has to choose: standing behind the rights of her students, or taking the easy way out and agreeing with the majority?
The charism of unity enlightens many fields of human endeavor – from theology to psychology, politics and law. Everything started with living the words of the Gospel, “they would give rise to a revolution…
Chiara Lubich, before the Focolare, was working as a teacher in small villages around Trent, Italy. How did she teach? Read unpublished episodes by former students and a colleague.
In this issue, we’ll look at experiences in the world of education.
Cristina Dimatulac’s dream was to become a doctor to help to cure people from fatal illnesses. But she discovered that even in teaching at a high school, she can become a remedy for those around her.