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Peracullo, Jeane C. – Teaching Theology & Religion, 2022
This article reflects on the process, challenges, and opportunities of conducting a graduate-level class in environmental philosophy for Catholic priests who were seminary formators in the time of pandemic in the Philippines. The final output of the course is a participatory action research project. I developed an engaged pedagogical framework,…
Descriptors: Pandemics, Foreign Countries, Graduate Study, Clergy
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Javed, Reem – Teaching Theology & Religion, 2022
In this paper, I discuss the impact of a course design class on my development and use of a syllabus for a class titled Islamic Education. In Course Design the professor taught graduate students like me how to think and plan as a teacher. In my discussion, I share how student- and context-centered pedagogy, at the core of thinking and planning as…
Descriptors: Religious Education, Islam, Program Development, Graduate Students
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Wisse, Maarten; Roeland, Johan – Teaching Theology & Religion, 2022
A precisely formulated research question is becoming increasingly important within the humanities. This applies not only to research funding applications, but also to articles, papers, and student theses. This article presents a tool allowing students to develop research questions on their own, which is open enough to allow for a wide variety of…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Humanities, Research Design, Student Research
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Yuckman, Colin H. – Teaching Theology & Religion, 2022
Perceptions about remote theological education inevitably cluster around questions of embodiment, community, and unity. The letters of the apostle Paul have quite a bit to say about these themes. This essay examines Paul's treatment of distance in the formation and education of Christians, focused around the image of the "body of Christ"…
Descriptors: Religious Education, Teaching Methods, Distance Education, Biblical Literature
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Macallan, Brian Claude – Teaching Theology & Religion, 2021
The challenge of integrating best practice for teaching and learning is perennial. Within an Australian context, despite increases in student satisfaction over the decades, challenges remain concerning student classroom engagement, peer collaboration and the value and use of technology. Within my own religious and theological university…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Theological Education, Capstone Experiences, Best Practices
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Al Kuhayli, Halah A.; El Alaoui, Khadija; Pilotti, Maura A. E. – Teaching Theology & Religion, 2021
In the present manuscript, we report the findings of a study that surveyed female college students' views of revamped Islamic and Arabic Culture courses embedded in the curriculum of a secular academic program in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Of interest were students' views of and responses to recently implemented features of the curriculum and…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, College Students, Females, Arabs
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Kang, Hanna – Teaching Theology & Religion, 2021
This essay addresses the importance of in-class exercises that intentionally lead students into moments of self-encounter, and demonstrates how theology classes can incorporate such exercises. It does so by outlining three specific examples from three different class settings. These exercises facilitate students getting to know themselves deeply…
Descriptors: Theological Education, Assignments, Reflection, Integrated Activities
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Dhala, Mahjabeen; Johnson, Sheryl – Teaching Theology & Religion, 2021
What does feminist pedagogy look like online? Is it even possible? This article describes intentionally incorporated many aspects of embodied feminist pedagogy into the Women's Studies in Religion online learning community during the semester when the seminar was taught online due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This essay shares techniques for and…
Descriptors: Videoconferencing, Feminism, Teaching Methods, Graduate Students
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Abdolrezapour, Parisa; Alipour, Javad – Teaching Theology & Religion, 2021
Spiritual intelligence involves a search to find and create meaning based on a deep understanding of existential tenets and the ability to reach higher meanings and values. Despite the growing interest among scholars to study the development of this construct and its impact on one's life, it has remained an under-researched area of inquiry,…
Descriptors: Secondary School Students, Spiritual Development, Religious Factors, Second Language Learning
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Rusli, Megawati; Degeng, Nyoman Sudana; Setyosari, Punaji; Sulton – Teaching Theology & Religion, 2021
Peer teaching among students has a powerful role in the learning process and has been studied and recognized as an effective teaching method. Research on peer teaching applied in different contexts has shown that learning through the process of teaching others increases students' academic performance. In Indonesia, some research on peer teaching…
Descriptors: Peer Teaching, Academic Achievement, Theological Education, Instructional Effectiveness
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Davidson, Jennifer W. – Teaching Theology & Religion, 2021
Although development of trauma-informed pedagogy for elementary and secondary classrooms has developed significantly, a dearth of resources for trauma-informed andragogy in graduate theological classrooms remains. Theological classrooms are a unique context in which many students and professors carry experiences of trauma with them. This article…
Descriptors: Trauma, Andragogy, Safety, Trust (Psychology)
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Robert, William – Teaching Theology & Religion, 2021
This article chronicles how Introduction to the Study of Religion has become my favorite course to teach. In it, I narrate my process of pedagogical reinvention and syllabus redesign. Framed by professional and personal backstories, I share my pedagogical desires, list some pedagogical cues I took, and articulate pedagogical decisions and…
Descriptors: Religious Education, Risk, Introductory Courses, Teaching Methods
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Lu, Jane I. – Teaching Theology & Religion, 2021
Given that spiritual formation of students is a key pursuit of theological training and in light of the evolving landscape of Christian spiritual formation, designing an effective educational model for the goal of students' formation is challenging. This article explores the educational means and factors of self-awareness that enhance spiritual…
Descriptors: Spiritual Development, Theological Education, Christianity, Instructional Design
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Gustafson, Hans Stefan – Teaching Theology & Religion, 2021
This article sketches the scaffolded three-phase "My Story" assignment, which unfolds over the course of a semester, is embedded in the context of local lived interreligious encounter, and aims at developing interfaith leadership and interreligious wherewithal. The "context" (large urban Catholic university),…
Descriptors: Religious Education, Religious Colleges, Catholics, Story Telling
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Esterson, Rebecca K. – Teaching Theology & Religion, 2021
When studying the reception history of the Bible, should students be asked to suspend judgment on a particular interpretation for the sake of the pedagogical goals of the course? Or is their judgment essential to the process of learning and understanding? This essay explores the pedagogical puzzle of right interpretation and wrong interpretation…
Descriptors: Religious Education, Biblical Literature, Content Analysis, Reading Comprehension
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