Christian teachers have long been thinking about what content to teach, but little scholarship has been devoted to how faith forms the actual process of teaching. Is there a way to go beyond Christian perspectives on the subject matter and think about the teaching itself as Christian? In this book David I. Smith shows how faith can and should play a critical role in shaping pedagogy and the learning experience.
About the Author
David I. Smith is director of the Kuyers Institute for Christian Teaching and Learning and professor of education at Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan, and he serves as senior editor of the International Journal of Christianity and Education. His other books include Teaching and Christian Practices (with James K. A. Smith) and Teaching and Christian Imagination (with Susan Felch). Visit him online at onchristianteaching.com.