Natalie Wigg Stevenson
Natalie Wigg-Stevenson is Associate Professor of Contextual Education and Theology at Emmanuel College (Toronto), where she also directs the Contextual Education and MDiv programs. She’s been teaching in ecclesial and higher education contexts for over twenty years, and is particularly passionate about practice-based learning and fostering the kinds of relationships that will help us decolonize our pedagogical imaginations.
Learning Design for Discipleship
“Learning Design for Discipleship” is for anyone who wants to teach Christians well. Across five modules, you’ll learn how to use the best practices of pedagogical design to create a transformative learning experience for your own work context. “Learning Design for Discipleship” teaches you using hands-on activities, which means that upon completion you will have both a ready-to-teach course that you can put to use right away and practical knowledge of the principles and skills you need for all your future course design.
Whether you’re a minister who wants to develop a Bible study or bolster the discipleship dimensions of a sermon series, a denominational administrator or consultant looking to create continuing education opportunities for the ministers in your care (perhaps even for this ChurchX platform!), or a graduate student or faculty person seeking to nurture your pedagogical skills for theological education, “Learning Design for Discipleship” will provide you with the knowledge and skills you need to do so with excellence and confidence.
There are a number of ways to access “Learning Design for Discipleship”: