Christian Practices

The Wesleyan Center hosts ongoing Faculty Learning Communities focused on developing Christian Practices in the classroom. Alongside this, the Center for Teaching and Learning encourages and supports pedagogies that bring Christian Practices and faith into teaching, and building student-teacher relationships around faith in Christ. Below are examples of ways PLNU faculty are including Christian Practices in their teaching. (An * indicates participation in a Wesleyan Center FLC.)

Caring for Students

 Mattieu Rouffet - Biological Chemistry (CHE 103) and Chemistry Senior Capstone Seminar (CHE 495)

 

Christian Service

Dionne Taylor - Counseling and Counseling Theory (GED 662)

Kelli McCoy - World Civilizations II

 

Christian Traditions

Mark Mann - The Christian Tradition and Christian Practices (CHU 395)

 

Devotional Practice and Reflection

Mattieu Rouffet - Introduction to General, Organic and Biological Chemistry (CHE 103) and Chemistry Senior Capstone Seminar (CHE 495)

Dianne Anderson - Human Biology and Bioethics (BIO 101)

Mark Mann - The Christian Tradition and Christian Practices (CHU 395)

Hospitality and Fellowship

Matthieu Rouffet - Introduction to General, Organic and Biological Chemistry (CHE 103) and Chemistry Senior Capstone Seminar (CHE 495)

Dianne Anderson - Human Biology and Bioethics (BIO 101)

Ted Anderson

 

Moral and Ethical Reasoning

Kelli McCoy - World Civilizations II

Nancy Pitts - Personal, Family, and Community Health (FCS 315)

Christine Phillips - Management in Relational Development Capstone Project

Dionne Taylor - Counseling and Counseling Theory (GED 662)

 

Sabbath Keeping

Dianne Anderson - Human Biology & Bioethics (BIO 101)

Mark Mann - The Christian Tradition and Christian Practices (CHU 395)

 

Showing Empathy

Mattieu Rouffet