Item description for Mapping Christian Education: Approaches to Congregational Learning by Jack L. Seymour...
Overview Ecumenical approaches to congregational learning. Includes chapters on schooling, faith communities, social transformation, and future agenda. For CE directors and for use as text.
Publishers Description In Mapping Christian Education: Approaches to Congregational Learning, Jack L. Seymour provides the most up-to-date insights about the various aspects of Christian education. Ecumenical in scope and unified in process, his work includes chapters on schooling, faith communications, human development, social transformation, and future agenda. Contributors include: Elizabeth Caldwell, Margaret Ann Crain, Maria Harris, Donald E. Miller, Gabriel Moran, Robert O'Gorman, Daniel Schipani, and Jack Seymour.
By reading Mapping Christian Education
- Seminarians will learn the fundamentals of educational theory
- Professors will discover a reliable textbook to be included in their curriculum
- Directors of Christian Education will enjoy a refresher course in recent developments and advances in the field
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Studio: Abingdon Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.14" Width: 6" Height: 0.36" Weight: 0.45 lbs.
Release Date Feb 1, 1997
Publisher Abingdon Church Supplies
ISBN 0687008123 ISBN13 9780687008124
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Disappointed Nov 5, 2006
Given the wonderful work in secular education (pedagogical and andragogical)that is available and the great reputation of this book, I was very disappointed in the content. It is simply a random collection of articles and perspectives. Great thought, but not much use.