Lisa Kelly first commented on this blog mentioning that her bad experience of ACE had pushed her into the education business. “It was one of the driving things that made me seek to become an educator – so that I could encourage children and people of all ages to think for themselves and explore their *own* reasons for being and doing.”
Lisa and I have forged similar paths. I’m doing a PhD in education; she’s an Ed.D. I thought it might be nice for you to hear from someone else in the profession just why educators don’t think much of ACE. So here we go. Read the rest of this entry
Alright everyone, I need your help. Please pass this on to everyone you know who could possibly assist in this.
I am looking for participants to join in the research for my PhD. If you attended an Accelerated Christian Education (ACE) school in the UK (or if you were home schooled with ACE), I want to hear from you. Until now, almost no research has been done on the outcomes of Accelerated Christian Education students.
I’m especially keen to hear from people who still consider themselves Creationists, but I would love to hear from you whatever your views.
If you take part:
- You will be anonymous
- Your views will be treated with respect and sensitivity
- You will be free to withdraw from the research at any time
- You will initially commit only to a one-hour recorded interview
- You will have the right to approve the transcription of this interview. You can ask for parts to be removed, changed, or added
Read on for a Q&A for participants. Please pass this on to anyone you know who could take part… or who might know someone who could, or… etc.