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A Curriculum Design Manual for Theological Education

by LeRoy Ford

Imprint: Wipf and Stock

352 Pages, 5.88 x 9.50 x 17.00 in

  • Paperback
  • 9781592441617
  • Published: February 2003

$38.00 / £29.00 / AU$52.00

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  • Hardcover
  • 9781498246446
  • Published: February 2003

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'Features of A Curriculum Design Manual for Theological Education: A Learning Outcomes Focus 'by LeRoy Ford - Fifteen complete descriptions for courses in various disciplines of theological education. All descriptions are in the learning outcomes format. - A complete set of goals and objectives upon which each chapter is based. These statements, when combined with the goals and objectives for the manual itself, constitute a complete description for a course in "Curriculum Design in Theological Education." - Guidelines for elaborating the essential elements of curriculum design: institutional purpose; program, division, and department purposes; scope; educational goals and objectives for learners; multiple contexts; methodology; and instructional and administrative models. - Four hundred learning outcomes at the level of meaningful performance. - An emphasis on making spiritual formation part of every course in the curriculum plan. - Three essentials for the learning outcomes approach: a statement of goals and objectives, use of appropriate methods and activities, and development and use of appropriate testing and evaluation procedures. - An emphasis on the multiple contexts which constitute an element of curriculum design. - Twenty questions which designers must confront in considering the role of affective goals and objectives in curriculum design in theological education. - Appropriate reader response opportunities. - The essentials of a core curriculum. -Glossary of terms used in curriculum design.
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