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Integration of Faith and Learning. Cynthia Tweedell, Ph.D.. Vice President for Quality Enhancement and Institutional Research. Mid-Continent University. QEP Workshop, Spring, 2014. 1. Outline. . Warm up . ID: 385584 Download Presentation

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QEP Workshop: Spring 2014Integration of Faith and Learning

Cynthia Tweedell, Ph.D.Vice President for Quality Enhancement and Institutional ResearchMid-Continent University

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Outline

Warm up Review of Data Regarding Spiritual Impact of Adult Programs Share Strategies for Integration Examples from other schools Table Topics

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Devotion and Prayer

For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. Jeremiah 29:11

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Warm UP (10 minutes)

Sit with people who teach in similar fields: English and Speech Communications Math, Science History and Education Psychology Business BibleIntroduce yourselvesWhat do you love about teaching for MCU?What are your greatest challenges in teaching?

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Spiritual Formation Inventory

Developed from a CCCU Task Force led by Dr. Larry Chamberlain from IWU.Three colleges have implemented at entry and exit.Annual report compares scores (cross sectional analysis)

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How are Exiting Students Different?

More likely to volunteer (church and community)Put interests and well-being of others ahead of selfMore likely to pray and attend church

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Student Learning Outcomes

Entering and exiting students: essay on a common writing promptCCCU Task force rubric Written communicationCritical thinkingChristian worldview

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Scoring RubricChristian World View5Clearly demonstrates an understanding of a Christian perspective. (Frequent references to biblical principles)4Frequently refers to a Christian perspective. Student has a reasonable understanding of Christian perspective. (Some references to biblical principles.)3Makes some mention of a Christian perspective. Student indicates some understanding of a Christian perspective. (Biblical principles referred to somewhat.)2Demonstrates little understanding of a Christian perspective. (Biblical principles hardly or not mentioned.)1Makes no reference to a Christian perspective. Student does not appear to have an understanding of a Christian perspective. (Biblical principles not mentioned.)Score:

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MCU 2012 Results

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N Mean SD

Fresh MCU 56 3.15 1.17 Others 175 2.54 1.26 Seniors MCU 30 2.87 1.59 Others 150 3.09 1.32

Why did seniors score lower than freshmen??

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Table Groups

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Share Strategies to Integrate Faith and Learning (20 minutes)

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Some Examples

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Community Building

DevotionsDinner BreakModeling Jesus with one another

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Online Community Building

Frequent student-faculty interaction Sharing of personal life Spiritual videos

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Integration of Content with Theology

Bringing all knowledge under the authority of Christ (Holmes)Thinking “Christian-ly” about the subject

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Integrate Scripture and Course Content

Devotionals which are tied to contentBible verses connected to contentReflective journalingAdd Bible and stir.

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BREAK

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Table Topics (10 minutes each)

How do we make a spiritual impact on our students?How do we know we are making a spiritual impact on our students?How do we share the Gospel with students who have not made a faith commitment?How do we create a welcoming environment for non-Christians?How do we motivate students to think critically about their faith in light of their academic work?

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Conclusions

Integration of faith and learning takes place in four broad ways:Community BuildingIntellectual integration of theology with course contentIntegrate Scripture with course contentLiving curriculum

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Wrap UP

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What one thing can you do to help your students integrate faith and learning?


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