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Teaching and learning in college introductory religion courses

Barbara E. Fassler Walvoord

Teaching and learning in college introductory religion courses

by Barbara E. Fassler Walvoord

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Published by Blackwell Pub. in Malden, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Religion -- Study and teaching,
  • Religious education

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementBarbara E. Walvoord.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBL41 .W35 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23138872M
    ISBN 109781405158411, 9781405158428
    LC Control Number2007010841

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    Some courses may specialize in one religion over another or on one particular sphere of influence, but most are general in nature. Depending on the level of the course being offered, some courses may focus on independent research, while others offer an introductory overview to religions such as Christianity, Judaism, Islam and Buddhism.   When it comes to introductory courses in religion and theology, the big division isn't a question of faith, but of priorities. Students want lots of discussion in class sessions and they want to learn facts about religious groups. They also want to become better people. Professors aren't opposed to any of those things, but they are much more interested in .


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From public to private, non-sectarian to faith-based institutions, this book describes the best ways to teach introductory courses in theology and religion. The author's research data from introductory courses yields concrete, useful information about student goals, student learning, and effective pedagogical : Paperback.

Additional Info: Introductory courses in theology and religion are taught at most colleges and universities across the US and UK. From public to private, non-sectarian to faith-based institutions, theology courses fulfill humanities general education requirements, and provide a foundational education for students intending further theological study.

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The data from the study were published in a book entitled Teaching and Learning in College Introductory Religion Courses (Wiley-Blackwell, ). The information pertaining to Professor Jones’ Introduction to Religion course (now called REL at Wofford) is featured as a case study in the book.

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