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Delamarter, Steve – Teaching Theology & Religion, 2018
This essay distills pedagogical principles that have emerged through a dozen years of experience teaching a seminary introductory Old Testament course online. The rich interactions and social cues that professors rely on to monitor student learning in face-to-face classrooms are replaced by a carefully choreographed pattern of student learning…
Descriptors: Online Courses, Teaching Methods, Learning Theories, Educational Principles
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Delamarter, Steve – Teaching Theology & Religion, 2006
Seminaries across North America are continuing to expand their use of technology for theological education. This article explores eight issues surrounding the strategic planning process when it comes to technology. These have to do with the obstacles to fresh thinking, the current best practices in strategic planning processes, detailed…
Descriptors: Delivery Systems, Strategic Planning, Information Technology, Theological Education
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Pui-Lan, Kwok; Brown, William P.; Delamarter, Steve; Frank, Thomas E.; Marshall, Joretta L.; Menn, Esther; Riggs, Marcia Y. – Teaching Theology & Religion, 2005
This collection of essays tackles thorny questions related to critical incidents in teaching. By using different pedagogical methods and techniques, each author provokes creative thinking about how to address specific concerns common to teaching. The authors demonstrate that the teaching and learning process must make room for--if not…
Descriptors: Creative Thinking, Teaching Methods, Reflective Teaching
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Delamarter, Steve – Teaching Theology & Religion, 2005
Digital technology offers a host of opportunities and challenges for theological education. In this essay the author considers possible futures for theological education through creative uses of technology. The first half of the essay identifies five areas in which theological educators have had to gain technology skills in the last several years:…
Descriptors: Theological Education, College Faculty, Technology Uses in Education, Computer Literacy
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Delamarter, Steve – Teaching Theology & Religion, 2005
Based on results from interviews with theological educators at forty-five seminaries in North America, the author begins by listing twenty-six concerns expressed about technology in theological education, particularly the concerns about electronically mediated distance education. These concerns are categorized loosely under three headings:…
Descriptors: Theological Education, College Faculty, Church Related Colleges, Teacher Attitudes
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Delamarter, Steve – Teaching Theology & Religion, 2004
This essay explores the terrain of technology in theological education and offers a typology for how technology is used in seminary contexts. The author surveys 43 seminaries in North America to gain insight into the attitudes of faculty toward the use of technology in their teaching and for use in the preparation of ministers. Reflections on the…
Descriptors: Theological Education, Technology Uses in Education, Classification, Church Related Colleges