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2005

Higher Education

Dordt College

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Historical Studies And Creational Development: Constructing A History Program In Light Of A Reformed Perspective, Paul Otto Sep 2005

Historical Studies And Creational Development: Constructing A History Program In Light Of A Reformed Perspective, Paul Otto

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Dr. Otto presented this paper at Covenant College in the spring of 2002.


Fifty Years Later, Nicholas Wolterstorff Sep 2005

Fifty Years Later, Nicholas Wolterstorff

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This paper originated in an address presented at the March 8, 2005, Jubilee convocation at Dordt College, celebrating Dordt’s fiftieth anniversary.


What's A Dordt?, John B. Hulst Sep 2005

What's A Dordt?, John B. Hulst

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This article was presented by Dr. Hulst at the Jubilee Convocation of April 5, 2005, at Dordt College.


Defining The Phenomenon Of Teaching Christianly At A Christian College: A Study Conducted At Dordt College, Barb Hoekstra May 2005

Defining The Phenomenon Of Teaching Christianly At A Christian College: A Study Conducted At Dordt College, Barb Hoekstra

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Despite the high value that Christian colleges place on teaching, there is scant literature on teaching christianly in higher education. Pedagogy that promotes Christian beliefs resides in the K-12 literature. Using the work of Van Brummelen (1988) and Van Dyk (2000) originally developed for teaching christianly at the K-12 level, a conceptual framework was developed. This study investigated what it means to teach christianly at a small Christian college. A qualitative, phenomenological approach was used to explore teachers’ perceptions and beliefs about teaching christianly in higher education. A criterion sampling strategy was used in selecting 10 participants who had the ...