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Leadership and Planning in Projects

May 10, 2012


Being in a class where currently we are given a significant amount of freedom in terms of working towards a final product. We, the students, are almost entirely left to research, implement, and finish our goal by ourselves; but this is not always good or bad. I have found, being in both textbook-based guided learning […]

Martin Luther and the Protestant Reformation

November 18, 2011


One of the most influential and iconic leaders, as well as the starter, of the Protestant Reformation, was a german-born preist, and later a professor of theology, named Martin Luther. Although many people, both commoners and elites, individually challenged the Church for various reasons, nothing significant had been done to spark change. Instead, people decided against […]

Methods of Communication

November 8, 2011


“The eloquent man is he who is no beautiful speaker, but who is inwardly and desperately drunk with a certain belief” Ralph Waldo Emerson. Public speaking is something that instills fear in the hearts of many students, as well as adults, when required. However, when it is used effectively is an invaluable persuasive resource for […]

Mid-way research process post

November 2, 2011


Beginning, I had a very limited knowledge of the Reformation; only basic ideas and principles that surrounded it. I knew that it had a large effect on the Catholic Church, and that many people began to ‘break-off’ and form separate religions based on the theological beliefs of a central leader. There was also the counter-reformation, […]