Location

BUL 149

Start Date

8-12-2016 10:00 AM

End Date

8-12-2016 11:00 AM

Description

This presentation will help faculty to become familiar with Muslim values and customs that might affect classroom relationships and learning. The Muslim and Christian worldviews are in conflict, which is reflected in day to day Muslim practices such as outward manifestation of their faith and practice, in lifestyle and their general view of community structures. This presentation will provide practical suggestions and how to build bridges towards healthy intercultural classroom atmosphere.

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Biography

Oscar Osindo, PhD Candidate (submitted), Oxford Centre for Mission Studies; Associate Director, Institute of World Mission, General Conference of SDA.

Oscar Osindo started to work for Muslims in the early 1990's in his native country of Kenya. His cross cultural experience was enriched by the time he spent in the United Kingdom, where he pioneered work among Muslims. Thereafter, he served the world Church at the Global Centre for Adventist Muslim Relations, based in Cyprus at the time. Oscar initiated several ministries among Muslims in various parts of the world. He has taught for a number of Adventist institutions around the world, and was Missiology Program Leader at the Adventist University of Africa Seminary. In 2014, Oscar was called to serve at the General Conference Institute of World Mission, where he now trains others to reach out to other cultures.

 
Aug 12th, 10:00 AM Aug 12th, 11:00 AM

Interacting with Muslim Students: Strategies that Work

BUL 149

This presentation will help faculty to become familiar with Muslim values and customs that might affect classroom relationships and learning. The Muslim and Christian worldviews are in conflict, which is reflected in day to day Muslim practices such as outward manifestation of their faith and practice, in lifestyle and their general view of community structures. This presentation will provide practical suggestions and how to build bridges towards healthy intercultural classroom atmosphere.

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