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On Living An Intercultural Life: Reflections Of A Suburban U.S. Soccer Mom 15 Years After Hngr, Laura Hartley Dec 2005

On Living An Intercultural Life: Reflections Of A Suburban U.S. Soccer Mom 15 Years After Hngr, Laura Hartley

Faculty Publications - Department of World Languages, Sociology & Cultural Studies

Reflections on the course of the author's life subsequent to graduating from the Human Need and Global Resources program at Wheaton College.


Regis University Magazine Vol 14 No 3 Fall, 2005 Oct 2005

Regis University Magazine Vol 14 No 3 Fall, 2005

Regis Alumni Publications

Regis University Alumni Magazine


On Traveling, Teaching, And Storytelling: Some Thoughts On Research, Lindsey B. Harlan Sep 2005

On Traveling, Teaching, And Storytelling: Some Thoughts On Research, Lindsey B. Harlan

Convocation Addresses

No abstract provided.


Regis University Magazine Vol 14 No 2 Summer, 2005 Jul 2005

Regis University Magazine Vol 14 No 2 Summer, 2005

Regis Alumni Publications

Regis University Alumni Magazine


Antiracist Education: From Theory To Practice By Julie Kailin., Laura Stivers Jul 2005

Antiracist Education: From Theory To Practice By Julie Kailin., Laura Stivers

Collected Faculty and Staff Scholarship

Although I help students to see the complexity of racism and how their actions or inactions can further individual and institutional racism, this book pushed me to think more deeply about the racism in my own university and classes and how I can more intentionally pursue antiracist education. The book is written for primary and secondary education, but it is useful for college and seminary professors in religion as well.


Ua3/9/5 Islamic Center Of Bowling Green Open House, Wku President's Office May 2005

Ua3/9/5 Islamic Center Of Bowling Green Open House, Wku President's Office

WKU Archives Records

Speech delivered by WKU president Gary Ransdell at the Islamic Center of Bowling Green open house. He discusses the internationalization of Bowling Green.


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

Faculty Work Comprehensive List

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 ...


Trends In The Portrayal Of The Puritans Found In American History Textbooks From The 1870s Through The 1990s As Influenced By Secular Educational Philosophy, James A. Wicks Mar 2005

Trends In The Portrayal Of The Puritans Found In American History Textbooks From The 1870s Through The 1990s As Influenced By Secular Educational Philosophy, James A. Wicks

Faculty Dissertations

There has been a movement to exclude a Biblical worldview from high school American history textbooks exchanging it for a secular worldview through the use of historical revisionism. Available literature failed to adequately address the impact of revisionism within the pages of American history textbooks specifically concerning the portrayal of the American Puritans. Therefore, an analysis of American history textbooks beginning in the 1870s through the 1990s was necessary to demonstrate the existence of historical revisionism regarding the treatment of the American Puritans and whether a trend existed to revise their place in American history textbooks over the past two ...


Go Where The Fish Are, C. William Pollard Jan 2005

Go Where The Fish Are, C. William Pollard

C. William Pollard Papers

Pollard delivered this meditation on Luke 5 at the 2005 Council for Christian Colleges and Universities President's Conference in Washington, D.C. In it he contends that one can learn much about leadership from following the example of Christ.


Integration Paper, Jay H. Kinsinger Jan 2005

Integration Paper, Jay H. Kinsinger

Faculty Integration Papers

No abstract provided.


Jesus In Jerusalem: Visualizing The Synoptic Accounts Of Jesus' Final Week, Matthew L. Skinner Jan 2005

Jesus In Jerusalem: Visualizing The Synoptic Accounts Of Jesus' Final Week, Matthew L. Skinner

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


The Bible And Theological Education: A Report And Reflections On A Journey, Patrick R. Keifert Jan 2005

The Bible And Theological Education: A Report And Reflections On A Journey, Patrick R. Keifert

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


What Difference Does It Make?: Digital Technology In The Theological Classroom, Mary E. Hess Jan 2005

What Difference Does It Make?: Digital Technology In The Theological Classroom, Mary E. Hess

Faculty Publications

Digital technologies can make a difference in helping theological educators to align their Christian convictions and pedagogical strategies more effectively by (1) providing a richer, more multiply intelligent environment within which to learn; (2) providing more opportunities for collaboration; (3) giving teachers a better angle of vision on the challenges their students are facing and the specific assumptions with which they enter courses; (4) providing better access to primary source materials; (5) overcoming constraints of geography and time; and (6) attending to the meaning-making contexts of our students and our communities of faith.


Core Curriculum Signature Essays, Center For Catholic Studies, Seton Hall University Jan 2005

Core Curriculum Signature Essays, Center For Catholic Studies, Seton Hall University

Center for Catholic Studies Faculty Seminars and Core Curriculum Seminars

No abstract provided.


Cardinal Martini On Bernard Lonergan: Bernard Lonergan At The Service Of The Church, Richard Liddy Jan 2005

Cardinal Martini On Bernard Lonergan: Bernard Lonergan At The Service Of The Church, Richard Liddy

Department of Religion Publications

No abstract provided.


Hints And Guesses: Discerning Value, Richard Liddy Jan 2005

Hints And Guesses: Discerning Value, Richard Liddy

Department of Religion Publications

No abstract provided.


Regis University Magazine Vol 14 No 1 Winter, 2005 Jan 2005

Regis University Magazine Vol 14 No 1 Winter, 2005

Regis Alumni Publications

Regis University Alumni Magazine


Promoting Biblical Literacy In The Elementary Classroom, Barbara Fisher Jan 2005

Promoting Biblical Literacy In The Elementary Classroom, Barbara Fisher

Education Papers and Journal Articles

Biblical truths and Christian values underpin all genuine Christian education. If we are to educate resilient and committed Christian young people who have developed the skills, techniques and moral courage to use this knowledge in an informed and practical way, it is imperative that teachers convey and transmit these truths and values in an engaging and realistic manner. Because children are most susceptible and impressionable during the early years of their schooling the earlier these concepts are conveyed by committed and knowledgeable Christian teachers, the greater the opportunity for positive outcomes.


Integrating Spirituality Into The Counseling Session : Facilitating Positive Changes, Bruce A. Gregory Jan 2005

Integrating Spirituality Into The Counseling Session : Facilitating Positive Changes, Bruce A. Gregory

Graduate Research Papers

Spirituality and religion can be very important and influential aspects of an individual's life, however the counseling process seems to lack a framework that addresses these two important areas. Although the literature continues to grow, this topic seems to lack a sense of congruence between therapeutic approaches and integrating spirituality and religion into this approach.

This paper briefly examines some of the existing literature on this integration and also incorporates some personal view points. It is hoped that the reader will, at the very least, begin to get a sense of importance in regards to his/her own spirituality ...