Brother George Van Grieken, FSC
The genesis of this essay was a presentation made on 24 April 2018 during “De La Salle Week” at Saint Mary’s College in Moraga, CA. This short essay is concerned with twenty-first century Lasallian education – primary, secondary, and tertiary – and with its responsible engagement as part of a techno-savvy, even techno-obsessed society. In order to do that, there are some things that we do not need to consider here, and some things that we do need to consider.
Twenty-First Century Lasallian Education: Where Technology Meets Albert Borgmann and De La Salle
Keywords: Catholic; Catholic higher education; De La Salle; Instructional pedagogy; Lasallian; Lasallian pedagogy; Technology
Brother George Van Grieken, FSC, Ph.D.
Brother George Van Grieken is a frequent presenter and facilitator at the Buttimer Institute of Lasallian Studies and the Brother John Johnston Institute of Contemporary Lasallian Practice. He holds a Ph.D. in Religion and Education from Boston College and has given board and staff workshops on Lasallian themes in the Philippines, Australia, Sri Lanka, and Pakistan. Brother George currently serves as the director of the Lasallian Resource Center in Napa, CA.