Technology changing teaching and learning on campuses
Technology changing teaching and learning on campuses

Technology has changed the way we think about education. It has not only altered the way we teach and learn but also shifted the way our brains receive, process, and

The importance of flexibility in teaching
The importance of flexibility in teaching

Last week an unexpected snow day forced me to rethink the content of a course that invites students to take a deeper look into the practice of curriculum: its history,

Home from South Africa: Context and ethos
Home from South Africa: Context and ethos

During my year of teaching at the College of the Transfiguration (COTT) in Grahamstown, South Africa, two words emerged that are central to the teaching and learning at that institution:

What has the academy to do with congregational faith formation (and vice versa)?
What has the academy to do with congregational faith formation (and vice versa)?

Lisa and I recently attended the annual meeting of REA, “an association of professors, practitioners, and researchers in religious education.” The topic of the 2013 meeting was “Com­ing Out Reli­giously: Reli­gion,