Syllabi - Topic: religious education - 9 resultsSelect an item by clicking its checkbox
A course by Mary Hess at Luther Seminary examines "questions of environmental education and their relation to Christian education."
A 2017 course by Robert Pazmino at Andover Newton Theological School explores "the theological and biblical foundations for educational ministries."
A 2017 course by Kieran Scott at Fordham University "probes and provides foundational categories for analyzing the practice of religious education."
A 2012 course by Julia Gillett at Phillips Theological Seminary "is an introduction to resources for and approaches to Christian education with children."
A 2012 course by Bradley Wigger at Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary that considers "the practice of teaching in relation to the life of faith."
A 2013 course by Bradley Wigger at Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary "is an opportunity to study theories of intelligence and learning that recognize multiple domains of human knowing and to reflect upon their significance in relation to the life of faith and educational ministries. We will explore theological, ethical, and cultural implications of multiple intelligence theory as well as themes of multiplicity in faith and church life."
A 2018 course by Carmichael Crutchfield at Memphis Seminary prepares "educators, pastors and other leaders in the church to effectively design, implement, lead, and evaluate Christian education endeavors and to gain a working understanding of Spiritual Formation."
A 2014 course by Tamar Wasoian at Garrett-Evangelical Theological School "focuses on the dynamics of Christian education as a vital component of the ministry of the church. It combines insights from the field of education with the call of the church to teach and educate."