Refocusing on the Learning in "Integration of Faith and Learning"
The purpose of this study was to assess student perceptions of the faith-learning integration process in instructional methods courses taught by a single professor. Thirty-one students were asked by the professor to complete an open-ended questionnaire at the end of their course experience. Results indicated that students in this study described or defined the integration of faith and learning in ways reflective of the content of the courses, which was teaching methods. While not all students said integration of faith and learning occurred in the classes, all students did provide examples of integrative moments. Most students described faith-learning integration in terms of teacher actions rather than student actions. Thus, it appears that these students were describing integration of faith and teaching more so than integration of faith and learning. © Taylor & Francis Group, LLC.
Journal of Research on Christian Education
Teaching, Learning and Curriculum
Lawrence, Terry Anne; Burton, Larry D.; and Nwosu, Constance C., "Refocusing on the Learning in "Integration of Faith and Learning"" (2005). Faculty Publications. 2132.