Category Archives: INNOVATIVE EDUCATION

Tell What is True by Using Math

This episode, on How to tell what is true, using math — and why it is a civic responsibility to do so — is a rerun.  First aired in June 2021. It is part of our pandemic packet. Would you like more on this? It is unimaginable to me that some people are still pushing the narrative… obviously fake narrative.

Would you go to a doctor who couldn’t pass Biology 101? Would you go to a doctor who had killed 40% of his patients? You would have known had this been posed toyou in 1800 in a little village. But now. Apparently, many do. Because they are mesmerized by TV reports.

Let’s do a little thinking. Let’s reason together, shall we? Teach your children.

Even the expert can be fooled. So, what I am saying is to learn and teach independent real thinking. BTW, it goes along with faith. No one smart, well-meaning urges blind faith. Jesus didn’t. Jesus healed people. God even said at one point: try me. (That was Malachi, btw.) Reasoning and faith go together. For now:  focusing on how to tell what is true.. by reasoning.

Soon, we will be talking once again about faith, healing, and miracles. We believe in them.

 

Principles to Help You Find the Truth

I give you 7 meta-principles to help you sort out what is true and what is not. Think through this. Practice it. Teach it to your children.  Make it first nature. It is important.

You might want to hear our first episode on this topic of tips to find truth.

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How to Tell What is True

Brief course in how to tell what is true and what is not. And how to teach that to your children.

This is the episode to maybe start with on how to tell what is true, but we have several, and they keep coming.

Get our 20 rules paper.

Let us know what your questions are. Type in the comments, please.

Maybe I got an extra dose because my mother was an educator and my father was a lawyer. They sat with me to dissected television ads. They guided be about TV ads. They kept on, talking to me about vacuum cleaner salesmen when I was a young married and about financial product salesmen when I was in grad school. Learn. Now.

Like now.