<marquee><b>WHAT DOES THE TEACHING-LEARNING PROCESS INVOLVE?</b></marquee>
If you take a quick survey, the obvious categories will surface: the content, the teacher, the student, fellow students,
the environment. Each however does not exist in isolation from the other but are related to each other contextually in interconnected
webs of relationships. It is within this inter-relational web that educational structures, processes, participants, agents,
avatars, agendas, artifacts, media, spaces, goals, values, aspirations angst, and assumption are found.
This class therefore is a journey into discovering the different variables involved in teaching-learning interactions.
More important, it is about discovering assumptions and values upon which these interactions are built.
Finally, it is about putting theoretical understanding into practice in ministry contexts where I trust we will serve
as skilful teachers and informed facilitators of learning as expressions of our service to the Lord Jesus Christ.
Events and Announcements
Don't forget, we're taking a trip to the Museum of Fine Arts on March 22. You won't need to bring a lunch, but you must have
your permission slip signed and with you when you get on the bus.
Assignment 4 is not due until April 3 (instead of