I’ve entered in to the abyss that is the reading for a doctoral seminar. It usually feels like I have so many more pages to read than time…and that’s usually an accurate description of what actually happens.
The course I’m taking this time is called “Foundations of Teaching.” It’s all about learning and teaching and developing curriculum. I’m looking forward to the class. If only I can get the reading finished.
I’ve had the list for a few weeks now, and here’s it is:
- Mapping Out Curriculum in Your Church: Cartography for Christian Pilgrims by Estep, White, and Estep
- Philosophy and Education: An Introduction in Christian Perspective by George Knight
- The Adult Learner by Knowles and Elwood
- Ministering Cross-Culturally: A Model for Effective Relationships by Lingenfelter
- The Course Syllabus: A Learning-Centered Approach by Millis, Cohen, and Diamond
- Creative Bible Teaching by Richards and Bredfeldt
- Reaching and Teaching by David Sills
- Spirit-Filled Teaching by Zuck
The good news is…this is my last seminar.
The bad news is…I need to get reading.
Hope you have a great end of the year.