SANCTIFIED SEXUALITY

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SANCTIFIED SEXUALITY

SANCTIFIED SEXUALITY

INTRODUCING CCYI GLOBAL

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The demand for quality leadership in all areas of life endeavor is increasingly evident in the public domain. So many organizations are simply folding up and some in a stunted growth because of the low quality of leadership that exists. Our world today is truly being hit so hard that the economy is experiencing great uncertainties and collapse in various nations.

Low governmental integrity, lack of performance, increase in corruption, withered cultural values, injustice, human right abuses, juvenile delinquencies, cultism, drug trafficking and all kinds of evil vices that have suddenly taken hold of the nations of the world can largely be traced to the absence of the fear of God. When the creator’s view are no longer respected and upheld, chaos, anarchy, acrimony and illegality will naturally have its way.

The outgoing generation might have tried their best, but their best has produced what we see today. The old must give way to the new. God is committed to creating new things. Every change is a product of the infusion of the new. Without the new there can be nothing called change. We are in the season of change. If the next generation must be preserved, there is need for drastic changes in the way we do things.

Policies have to change to accommodate the constant changes that we see even in the elements. Climate is changing, environment is changing, wind patterns and intensity of the sun is changing, the waters are rising beyond normal proportions and technology is improving at a faster rate. All these call for immediate responses.

The youths are no longer thinking development; rather they are thinking entertainment and sports. This is because; the older generation sees no need to invest in the ideas of the youths. This is changing because our ministry has been commissioned to raise a new breed of youths, leaders and entrepreneurs, by infusing into the youths the creators wisdom and power.

Therefore, a deliberate plan to equip young people and prepare them for leadership responsibilities in their different areas of life endeavor has become imperative.

This mandate of grooming today’s and tomorrow’s leaders is obviously our greatest need of the moment. Young people must learn how to create wealth through value creation which will promote a sense of investment into the future .The only way that can happen is when we provide them with access to information that will help them become better leaders and managers of the future.

If we don’t sustain an aggressive leadership development agenda now, then we will not be able to guarantee economic boom for the nations of the world in the nearest future.

Center for Creative Youth International is equipped with a vision that would bring about a renewal of minds at the cradle.

We have developed a series of leadership and youth development programs that are designed to meet the leadership needs of students and also reach other categories of young people who might not have formal education.

We believe that if we are consistent with this grooming initiative, in a few years to come, creative minds must have been positioned to become great leaders giving direction to a whole nation. We are very much excited to present to this generation our constitution, designed to give direction to our vision.

 

Blended learning

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Blended learning is a formal education program in which a student learns at least in part through delivery of content and instruction via digital and online media with some element of student control over time, place, path, or pace.
 
What do we mean by Blended Learning?
 
Blended learning is a mix of face-to-face and online learning. It involves thoughtful, sometimes innovative, integration of face-to-face learning experiences with online learning experiences. At La Trobe University blended learning design will be focussed on interactions between teachers, students and resources that assist students to achieve intended learning outcomes. There are infinite ways in which the strengths of face-to-face and online learning environments can be combined to meet the specific needs of students in the context of the discipline. At La Trobe University we will explore new and innovative ways to combine face-to-face and online experiences seamlessly and coherently, in a manner which responds to disciplinary variation and student learning needs.
Guidelines:
  • Is at least 25% of the student’s workload based solely in the online learning environment?
  • Do teaching and learning activities include f2f classes and complementary online activities?
  • Is there purposeful interaction online between: students and the learning content; students and their peers, and; students and teaching staff?
  • Does the online learning environment complement – and not simply mirror – the classroom learning environment?
Note: Simply placing lectures online does not constitute blended learning design.
 
 
What do we mean by Online Learning?
 
Online learning is the result of student engagement in a variety of online activities, embedded within a rich interactive online learning environment. High quality online learning environments provide students with a diverse range of opportunities to interact and engage with knowledge, learning resources, teachers and peers. They are dynamic and fast-paced learning environments. They also free students to a large extent, from constraints of time, as well of place. To live up to our claims of accessibility and flexibility, to respond to our students’ changing circumstances, a La Trobe education must as far as possible be ‘everywhere’.
La Trobe online learning environments will be much more than the replication of learning events that have traditionally occurred in the classroom. Teaching a subject online at La Trobe University will be much more than the provision of access to recorded lectures and subject materials online. We will provide multiple, carefully designed opportunities for students to engage with the content and develop deep knowledge of key concepts. We will provide our students with different ways to access content online as well as opportunities for students to interact with the teacher, the content and each other in the online environment, in a variety of highly engaging ways.
 
What do we mean by Face-to-face?
The University is working closely with the Faculties to redesign identified subjects that are currently delivered face-to-face. Subjects are classified as face-to-face if:
  • they are taught face-to-face with only a minimum online learning presence (e.g. an LMS site); and /or
  • they are taught face-to-face and have the lectures recorded e.g. using Echo360 lecture capture and do not otherwise meet the threshold of 25% of student workload in the online learning environment;
  • the minimum 25% of online learning is simply required readings, or the requirement of online submission for assessment (e.g. the use of Turnitin);
  • they are taught face-to-face and online, but the online learning component is less than 25% of student workload in the subject.
 
Digital Learning Strategy: How can blended learning help manage assessment for large classes and reduce marking burden?

Introduction

Designing assessments for large classes can present a number of challenges. Managing a large marking workload while providing quality feedback and encouraging deep learning can be difficult to balance.
This module introduces some strategies for managing assessment for large numbers of students and developing students’ independent learning skills.
By the end of this module you will:
  • Be able to identify strategies to implement into your subject assessment to improve feedback and management of assessment
  • Be able to identify key tools to structure and support student assessment

Blended Learning

Blended learning is a mix of face-to-face and online learning. It involves thoughtful, sometimes innovative, integration of face-to-face learning experiences with online learning experiences. Blended learning design is focused on interactions between teachers, students and resources that assist students to achieve intended learning outcomes. There are infinite ways in which the strengths of face-to-face and online learning environments can be combined to meet the specific needs of students in the context of the discipline.
Blended learning allows us to explore new and innovative ways to combine face-to-face and online experiences seamlessly and coherently, in a manner which responds to disciplinary variation and student learning needs.
Blended learning is useful in the management of assessment by provided opportunities to rethink assessment design, feedback and tools and materials to support assessment activities including self assessment, peer review and group work.
 

SANCTIFIED SEXUALITY—-a prelude to Red Rose Summit 2016

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SANCTIFIED SEXUALITY
—-a prelude to Red Rose Summit 2016
1. Having a sexual urge is normal, God created you and put those emotions there, but can it be controlled?
2. Temptation itself is not sin but falling into it is where the problem lies. How do we overcome temptations?
3. Do you think Joseph was so naïve not to see how beautiful & seductive Potiphar’s wife was? What then was his secret?
4. He knew that the short time ‘sweet pleasure’ he might attempt to have with Potiphar’s wife may haunt his soul & destiny 4ever. Food for thought!
5. It is not that you will not be tempted but staying faithful to your spouse is what shows your maturity. How true is this?
6. It takes personal sanctification to take charge of your sexual urge and not the other way round.
7. Sir, it is not normal 2 be sexually aroused all d time by your female PA/acquaintance while you no longer feel for your wife. Can this be true?
These and many more questions would be trashed at the Red Rose Summit 2016