A one day conference examining how Jesus taught and how we learn
Date: 31 January 2009, 9.30am to 5.30pm Venue: King’s College London
In the church we are forever discussing ‘good teaching’ but when was the last time you heard a discussion about ‘good learning’? Brought to you by Spring Harvest, King’s College London and Paternoster Publishing, Walk This Way will feature some of the country’s leading theologians, thinkers and educationalists, the event will combine insight into the teaching methods employed by Jesus, models of best practice from church history and up to the minute developments in educational theory.
Walk This Way is sure to provide Christians and Church Leaders with a unique opportunity to: * re-imagine good learning * explore what it means to learn the faith * hear about how learning in schools has changed * consider approaches to learning in our Churches * discover how to teach in ways that will really reach congregations.
Speaker Line up: * Professor Richard Bauckham, Senior Scholar, Ridley Hall Cambridge * Dr Stephen Holmes, Baptist Minister and Lecturer in Theology, University of St Andrews * Rev Steve Chalke MBE, Founder of Oasis * Ruth Dearnley, Writer, Consultant and CEO, Stop the Traffik * Rev Tim Ditchfield, Chaplain, King’s College London * Howard Green, Director of Education, Oasis Academies * Ann Holt OBE, Executive Director, Bible Society * Professor Alister McGrath, Head of the Centre for Theology, King’s College, London * Dr Pete Ward, Lecturer in Youth Ministry and Theological Education, King’s College, London * Professor John West-Burnham, writer, teacher and consultant in Education Leadership * Dr Rebecca Nye, author and researcher in children’s spirituality * Dr Edward Adams, Senior Lecturer in New Testament Studies, King’s College, London
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