Annual Teachers’ Academy 2016
As part of ATESEA’s annual enrichment program for lecturers of seminaries, this year’s Teachers Academy will be held at the Seminari Theoloji Malaysia in Seremban, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia on June 19 (arrival) until June 25 (departure).
Teachers’ Academy Outcome: Enhanced knowledge and skills of Theology lecturers in their different areas of expertise.
Goals: By the end of Academy, participants will be able to:
1. discuss the current trends in the History of Christianity;
2. integrate the knowledge acquired from the Academy particularly in the area of assessment and classroom management in their teaching;
3. conduct an echo seminar to widen the scope of positive changes in the faculty and institution;
4. establish networking among the participants for continuing sharing of knowledge and concerns in their own area of specialization.
Participants: This year’s academy is open to all lecturers who are teaching courses in History of Christianity.
Invited Guest Lecturers:
1. DR DALE IRVIN, President and Professor of World Christianity at New York Theological Seminary, in New York City. He is the author of several books, including History of the World Christian Movement, a three-volume project he has written with Scott W. Sunquist. Over the past several decades his articles have appeared in a number of journals such as Christianity Today, Christian Century, The Ecumenical Review and The Journal of Pentecostal Studies.
He is a founding editor of The Journal of World Christianity and serves on the editorial board of The Living Pulpit. Dr. Irvin has held visiting or adjunct appointments at a number of theological schools and universities, including the University of Uppsala in Uppsala, Sweden, and has lectured and preached throughout the world.
1. DR GREG PAWILEN, Consultant on Curriculum of Schools and Publishing in the Philippines. He was former Associate Professor, Curriculum Studies, College of Education, University of the Philippines. He served as Chief, Coordination & Governance Division, Office for Institutional Quality Assurance and Governance, Commission on Higher Education in the Philippines. He has also served as Teaching Assistant (Science Education) Faculty of Education, Ehime University, Japan.
REGISTRATION FEE: USD 100 to cover food, lodging and other expenses of the program
TRAVEL SUBSIDIES: Subsidies are available for those who apply.