|Major||Type||Course No.||Course Name||Credit|
|GCE1011||Biblical Family Education||3|
|GCE1013||Christian Education and Spirituality||3|
|GCE0031||Christian Education Curriculum||3|
|GCE1030||Christian Education Ministry||3|
|GCE0933||Educational Ministry for Women||3|
|GCE1018||Faith Development and Christian Education||3|
|GCE1019||Foundation of Christian Education||3|
|GCE1016||Introduction to Christian Education||3|
|GCE1012||Modern Theories of Christian Education||3|
|GCE0171||Teaching Methodology of Christian Education||3|
|GCE0172||Theory and Practice of Christian Education||3|
|GCE0998||Theology of Christian Education||3|
This course aims to explore theological, biblical, and sociological foundations for Christian family life, and provide educational strategies for supporting and seeking a new paradigm in the era of globalization.
This course is a 'doorway' through which each student can enter into a continuous conversation of curriculum history, philosophy, and theory to receive guidance in curriculum design and analysis.
This class will explore the role of Christian teaching in ministry four ways: Review the foundation of teaching, survey the patterns of teaching, search the role of teachers in ministry, and observe various locations where teaching takes place. By the end of this class, students will know the importance of Christian teaching in ministry, feel their crucial role in ministry as teachers, and excel themselves to become better teachers for their students and for the glory of God.
Understand education ministry in a broad perspective, theoretically introspect education ministry, and practically find alternative education ministry.
This course helps students understand women's way of understanding. Learn women's psychological development as the foundational knowledge for teaching women and seek to draw insights and implications for women's educational ministry from the case study of the women of the Bible.
This course deals with the subject of faith development and its relationship to Christian education. Four distinct yet interrelated areas are covered: the definition of faith and its relationship to Christian education, theories of faith development in Christian education, practical applications of faith development in Christian education, and the Apostles' Creed as a means of using faith development in Christian education. Throughout this course specific emphasis will be given to the Asian cultural context and to the cultural context of each individual student. Tutorial and collegial seminar style course; full participation is expected from all the students.
The goal of this class is to lay the foundation for Christian Education in the church.
Understand basic theories o f human development, dive into the meaning of teaching Christian faith in a way that is relevant to the developmental dynamics, and perform research for the possible integration of psychological insights and Christian truth claim based upon the Scriptures.
After taking this course, students will be able to know the various Christian education theories of the 20th and 21st centuries, adopt the theories that are suitable for their respective context, and apply the theories and evaluate them for the betterment of their church and social education.
This course searches contemporary and historical teaching method of Christian education. Focus is on learning and practicing various methods, reflecting on personal experiences, and applying functions of each method in individual's personal context.
Class progresses in seminar format. Class consists of discussion of various educational environments, presentation of various educational theories, and production of own personal theories in relation to their own personal setting. Each student will present what they prepared.