By Ron Roy
It's a secret each month from well known A to Z Mysteries writer Ron Roy!
April is for Adventure...
In the fourth e-book of the Calendar Mysteries - an early bankruptcy booklet secret sequence that includes the more youthful siblings of the A to Z Mysteries detectives - it's springtime in eco-friendly garden, and Bradley, Brian, Lucy, and Nate are on an Easter egg hunt. They seek excessive and legislation and locate plenty of eggs. yet quickly it's transparent that many of the eggs aren't simply good hidden. They're long gone! Who may thieve Easter eggs? It's as much as the 4 youngsters to crack this eggs-cellent case.
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32 It implies going behind the fore-ground of existence and reaching down to that curious sense of the universe. Maybe, it has to do with the Sacred, although in modern times sacred is a fuzzy concept as well, understood as the numinous with its fascinating and frightening effects on human beings (Rudolph Otto). However, for this case, I prefer a pragmatic description of spirituality: a personal and communal, durable, lively, transcendent orientation towards an existentially basic centre of power and value.
In: Education, Religion, and Society. Essays in Honour of John M. Hull. D. Bates et al. ). London. Schweitzer, F. (2010). Religionsunterricht - Thema der Religionspädagogik oder der Religionswissenschaft? In: Zeitschrift für Pädagogik und Theologie. 3/10. Schweitzer, F. (2011). Kindertheologie und Elementarisierung: Wie religiöses Lernen mit Kindern gelingen kann. Gütersloh. G. (1996). De uitdaging van het constructivisme. Enkele onderwijskundige kanttekeningen bij de verschuiving van productgericht onderwijs naar procesgericht onderwijs.
As interpretative producers, children will internalize the LE, but as part of the LE they also can create new forms and a fresh, not seldom surprising use emerges. 35 Two examples, borrowed from classic works, of mental activities in interrelation with a dialogical LE. (1) Many years ago John Hull reported some small talk 36 : Child (5¾): I’v got four invisible friends. Parent: Who are they? Child: Well, there’s Mary, Jesus, God and the Holy Spirit. Parent: (laughing) Who told you that? Child: My heart told me that (pause) my brain told me that.
April Adventure (Calendar Mysteries, Book 4) by Ron Roy