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Sunday, November 8 • 8:45am - 10:00am
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A Multiple Case Study Investigation into the Instructional Methodologies Utilized by Catholic School Religion Teachers to Implement the “Doctrinal Elements of Curriculum Framework for the Development of Catechetical Materials for Young People of High School Age”
Lindsay Radice (The Catholic University of America)

Colloquium. [Notes] This multiple case study investigation provides a rich description of the instructional methodologies Catholic high school religion teachers use to implement the Doctrinal Elements of Curriculum Framework for the Development of Catechetical Materials for Young People of High School Age. Findings presented will explore how religion teacher participants have used their own experiences and individual talents to make the contents of the framework accessible to high school students, and what opportunities institutions of higher education may develop to further support the future of Catholic school religion teachers.


Stimulating Imagination. The Didactical Roles of Pollefeyt Revisited
André Mulder (Windesheim University of Applied Sciences)

Colloquium. [Notes] This paper challenges the hermeneutical stance of Pollefeyt (2004) with regard to religious education from the perspective of imagination. We state that the very nature of religious sources asks for attention to the process of imagination in order to grow in competence of reorienting one’s outlook on life encountering religious traditions. In addition to Pollefeyt’s three didactical roles - witness, specialist, and moderator - we construe a fourth role, that of the imaginator, which fills the void we discover when Pollefeyt puts his hermeneutical theory into practice.



Speakers
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André Mulder

Professor of Theology and Worldview, Windesheim University of Applied Sciences Zwolle
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Lindsay Radice

Teaching Fellow and Ph.D. Candidate, Catholic University of America
I am a Ph.D. Candidate and teaching fellow at the Catholic University of America. My interests are Catholic religious education, Catholic schools, religion teachers, and curriculum development. I am in the final stages of completing my dissertation, and am exited to present my... Read More →


Sunday November 8, 2015 8:45am - 10:00am
Suwannee (Conference Center)

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