Friday, April 12, 2019

Flashback Friday - Judging Faith - Martin Wiles

Judging Faith

“Don’t judge a book by its cover.” A directive that’s true most of the time, but then… “Don’t judge a person based on a first impression.” Most of the time a good piece of advice, but sometimes…

Teachers have a tendency to judge a student’s intelligence by certain standards. When students are studious in class and prompt with their homework and classwork, it’s assumed their IQ is above normal. And then there are tests and quizzes. Students with high marks show they have mastered the material or are good at memorization. Those who do it consistently are usually considered of higher than normal intelligence. Though it’s possible for a student who demonstrates none of these characteristics to be highly intelligent (example Albert Einstein), a student’s intelligence is frequently displayed by the quality of their work. Read more...

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