Design and Delivery

Explore the ICETE Academy courses that deal with how to design effective theological education and how to engage professionally with a variety of delivery approaches.

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Lifelong Theological Learning

This course applies the concepts, debates and practices of lifelong learning (LLL) to theological education.   This course is particularly suited for those involved in the dialogue between formal and non-formal theological education.  This is a 2 hour, self-paced online nanocourse that will be assessed through a project and a self-grading quiz. 

Course Enrolment Key: LST007


What are you Asking?

This ICETE Academy course will guide you in designing questions for quality multidimensional learning.  This course is particularly suited for theological educators and curriculum designers who wish to further promote holistic integrative learning.  This is a 10 hour, self-paced online course that will be assessed through a question-design project and a self-grading quiz. 

Course Enrolment Key:  IA0101

Teacher: Perry Shaw

Unmasking the Hidden Curriculum

This course introduces the concept of 'hidden curriculum' and shows how it can be harnessed in practice to generate positive holistic learning experiences.   This is a 2 hour, self-paced online nanocourse that requires the reading of an article, participation in a discussion forum and completion of a self-grading quiz. 

Course Enrolment Key:  IA0046

Teacher: Perry Shaw

Creating a Great Course Syllabus

This course sets the foundations for the writing of syllabi according to the “backward design” approach.  The course is suitable for theology teachers who are looking for a step by step guide through the design processes for multidimensional learning.  This is a 10 hour, self-paced online course that will be assessed through a project and a self-grading quiz. 

Course Enrolment key: IA002

Teacher: Perry Shaw

Educating for Impact

This course draws on the 2015 ICETE Consultation (C15) held in Antalya, Turkey and deals with a number of issues related to the impact of theological education.  The course is suitable for those that are wanting to understand what impact is and how to plan for it in their context. This is a 10 hour, self-paced online course that draws from materials found on  http://theologicaleducation.net/, that will be assessed through a reflective essay and a self-grading quiz.

Course Enrolment key:  ICETE002

ICETE Online Project

This course provides information for administrators, training for contributors and submission features to manage the ICETE Online Project. ICETE Online aims at creating an online repository of resources for online course creation from majority world theologians.  

Reserved to project participants and contributors. 


Teacher: Clare Miller