The Christian Educator’s Imagination
This article describes six constitutive “senses” of the “Christian educator’s imagination.” These dispositions toward knowing, being, and doing characterize competent leadership in educational ministry. They include a sense for vocational empowerment, a sense for teaching and learning, a sense for seeking God’s presence; a sense for the contours of one’s own soul, a sense for “what makes persons’ tick, and a sense for institutional leadership. The author contends that scholars of Christian religious education should seek to cultivate these senses in their students. © 2012 The Religious Education Association.
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