Prepares clinical pastoral education (CPE) and spiritual leaders to develop and deliver curriculum in effective, engaging, and contextually sensitive ways. Students learn about and practice a variety of teaching techniques (facilitated inquiry, analytic remembering, creative exploration, discernment, lecture, embodied reflection, etc.). The course is framed by critical pedagogy, empirically grounded learning theory, and models of situated learning/professional expertise.
Prerequisite: Restricted to DMin students with Summer 2017 entrance year.
Notes: Meets from August 19-30. Additional fees not charged for identity verification in distance education programs. Identical to RE 312Q.
- Professor: John Falcone