Designed for Catholic teachers and Education students hoping to teach in Catholic schools, this course explores what makes a Catholic education distinctive and valuable, enabling teachers to live their vocation fully and fruitfully.
What are people for?
The answers we give to this question shape teaching practice, from pedagogy to curriculum and beyond.
If you've ever wondered if or how teaching in a Catholic school is any different for any other school, this is the course for you!
Ideal for Catholic schools systems who need effective, efficient, and affordable professional development to support their Catholic identity and mission.
- What do you think people are for? FREE PREVIEW
- What does the world think people are for?
- What does the world think people are for? Check-In
- Are people made to make a difference?
- Are People Made to Make a Difference? Check-in.
- Are people made for freedom?
- Are we made for freedom? Check in.
- Are people made for truth?
- Pope blasts turning truth into an idol, wielding it to judge and classify FREE PREVIEW
- Are there many truths?
- Truth? Check-in
- Are we made for joy or for sorrow?
- What does the Catholic Tradition think people are for?
- How are we each made for greatness?
- What is faith? What is reason?
- Can faith and reason ever work together?
- Fides et Ratio, Introduction
- What isn't faith?
- What knowledge does faith and reason give us?
- Can we actually avoid believing anything?
- How can faith and reason work together?
- Information or formation? FREE PREVIEW
- How is thinking taught?
- How do we teach to learn?
- Who is in charge of education?
- How does Catholic education make students 'career ready'?
- Can a non-Catholic student benefit from Catholic Education?
- How can Catholic education heal divided cultures?
- What makes an education a Catholic education?
- Paragraph 14 The Catholic School on the Threshold of the Third Millenium FREE PREVIEW
- How does Catholic education teach all subjects? FREE PREVIEW
- How do we justify a Catholic "bias"?
- Is Critical Thinking a part of Catholic Education?
- Is Creative Thinking a part of Catholic Education?
- What must a Catholic teacher believe? Part 1
- What must a Catholic teacher believe? Part 2
- What must a Catholic teacher believe? Part 3
- What must a Catholic teacher believe? Part 4