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Arts and Humanities

George Fox University

2016

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Full-Text Articles in Education

Review Of "A Faith For The Generations: How Collegiate Experience Impacts Faith" And "Emerging Adulthood And Faith", David M. Johnstone Jul 2016

Review Of "A Faith For The Generations: How Collegiate Experience Impacts Faith" And "Emerging Adulthood And Faith", David M. Johnstone

Staff Publications - Student Life

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Appendix A – A Brief Introduction To The Religious Faiths And Spiritual Beliefs Included In The Primary Religious Education Program, Ken Badley, Dana Antayá-Moore, Amy Kostelyk Jan 2016

Appendix A – A Brief Introduction To The Religious Faiths And Spiritual Beliefs Included In The Primary Religious Education Program, Ken Badley, Dana Antayá-Moore, Amy Kostelyk

Faculty Publications - School of Education

Religions and spiritual beliefs answer the profound questions we ask ourselves: What is the meaning and purpose of my life? Who am I? What is right and wrong behaviour? Of course, in a resource like My Place in the World and in this Teacher’s Resource Guide, we can barely scratch the surface of the beliefs, traditions, and practices of the faiths and spiritual beliefs discussed. Nevertheless, in this part of the Teacher’s Resource Guide, we provide information about each of the faiths included in the student resource. We present the information in chronological order of the appearance of ...


What Does Faith Got To Do With It? Influences On Preservice Teachers’ Racial Identity Development, Yune Tran Jan 2016

What Does Faith Got To Do With It? Influences On Preservice Teachers’ Racial Identity Development, Yune Tran

Faculty Publications - School of Education

The U.S. student population has grown more racially and culturally diverse demanding teachers who possess certain skills, competencies, and cross-cultural proficiencies to serve students equitably. With a continual homogeneous White teaching force, studies on preservice teachers’ racial identity have prioritized in the field to promote anti-racist education within a social justice model. However, few studies have documented identities of preservice teachers who attend predominantly private evangelical Christian institutions. This mixed-method study investigated White preservice teachers’ racial identity development focusing on the interconnectedness of religion with beliefs of race, culture, and diversity.


Review Of Buchanan And Gellel's "Global Perspectives On Catholic Religious Education In Schools", Ken Badley Jan 2016

Review Of Buchanan And Gellel's "Global Perspectives On Catholic Religious Education In Schools", Ken Badley

Faculty Publications - School of Education

A review of Michael T Buchanan and Adrian-Mario Gellel (eds), New York: Springer, 2015, $129 hbk, ISBN: 978-3-319-20924-1, 312 pp.

"This expansive collection of 24 chapters remains true to its title throughout. Edited by a Catholic educator from Australia and one from Malta, it represents the current conversation in Roman Catholic education worldwide-a movement experiencing anomie because of pluralism, changing demographics, declining church attendance, and, obviously a new and quite different Pontiff."