Principles of Change Applied to Remote Learning (web)

See the attached chart for analysis. It considers the change desired from low complexity requiring low skill to high complexity requiring high skill. As more people have to interact in the system, the complexity of the change grows geometrically.

Bottom line: Jesus could have come during our modern day and used a cool simulcast to make disciples of all nations. But, instead he chose to walk dusty roads with 12 men for 3 years. The act of creating skilled workers (disciplined followers) was a apprentice approach using extended amounts of time, unconditional love and modeling. "Do as I do" vs. "Do as I say."

We should be careful to use tools in a way that will produce optimum results. We CAN hammer in a nail with a screwdriver, but it is not necessarily the best choice.

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