Have you felt the depth of the disruption that the COVID-19 pandemic has brought to all levels of society, including theological education? Do you feel the need to reflect on the challenges you have faced in your teaching practice?
As professionals, we must reflect on our knowledge from practice and this course seeks to strengthen the quality of online education through the teaching practice. This involves examining one’s subjacent beliefs about teaching and learning and
evaluates their actual practice before, during and after a course.
This course aims to raise awareness of the importance of teacher reflection in scenarios of educational change and help teachers increase the quality of online education through reflection.
- The Disruptor in Global Education
- Action Reflection in Teaching Practice
- Reflective Learning in Teaching Practice
- Reflective Competence in Teaching Practice
This course is authored Dr. Jose Pacheco as an Overseas Council USA course. José is a Consultant for the Local Online Project: A Global Strategy (LOGS). He has participated in the training of many Institutes of Excellence and brings various levels
of experience and knowledge to online theological education. He is specialised in learning processes applied to theological education.
This is a self-paced online course.
15 hours of learning
ICETE Academy points
You will have to complete the tasks within the four lessons, evaluating your reflective practice, writing a narrative of your teaching practice, and making an improvement plan. You also must pass the final quiz in the TEST section.
Course enrolment key