Participant Evaluation Participant Evaluation 2019 Learning and Teaching Theology ConferenceThank you for participating in the Conference, God’s Exemplary Graduates. Character-Oriented Graduate Attributes in Theological Education. Please take a few moments to provide your feedback. 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You can email email@example.com for more information.Name* First Last Institution name Email* Enter Email Confirm Email Keynote addressesSelect all the keynote addresses you attended Select All Prof. S. Bruce Dowton - Friday, 5 April Dr Bill Salier - Friday 5 April Dr Bill Salier - Saturday, 6 April Sessions on Friday, 5 AprilSelect all the sessions you attended on the first day Bernard Doherty - "Cults" in the Classroom: Some Neglected Challenges of Religious Pluralism and Multiculturalism to Pedagogy and Curriculum in Theological Education David McEwan - Private Study, Social Learning and Embodied Practice: Insights from John Wesley’s Framework for Preparing Effective Ministers in Early Methodism David Wright - “Integration” in the Ancient World – An Anachronistic concept? Dennis Nutt - Should Ministers Be Graduates Anyway? Diane Hockridge - Online Learning Design for graduate formation: emerging principles and pedagogies Geoff Treloar - Graduate Attributes in the Australian College of Theology – Rhetoric or Reality? George Athas - ‘Is the Christian also among the Academics?’ A Proposal for Genuine Research in a Confessional Context James Dalziel - Graduate Attributes and Theological Education: Interactions between Organisational Change, Spiritual Formation, Online Learning and Business Models Les Ball - The Role of Curriculum in Developing Character-Oriented Graduate Attributes, with an Illustration from Church History Maggie Kappelhoff - Ecclesial Shifts and Educational Rifts: Riding the Tide of Theological Education Michael Gladwin - The inner GLO: teaching church history in a university‐based, Australian theological college Neil Foster - Religious Freedom and the Academy Peter Mudge - “But only one thing is necessary” – Cultivating Key Virtues in Graduates through a Methodology based on epektasis and the Divine Pedagogy Steve Taylor & Rosemary Dewerse - Graduate formation and life-long learning in the context of ministerial vocations Trevor Cairney - Religious Higher Education at the Crossroads: The need to reconsider epistemology, pedagogy and formation Sessions on Saturday, 6 AprilSelect all the sessions you attended on the second day Andrew Errington - Character and pedagogy in the book of Proverbs Constantine Campbell - Language Learning in Theological Education Claire Smith - The power of persuasion: Paul’s parakaleō appeals Debra Snoddy - Graduate Attributes and the Gospel of John Edwina Blair - Pilgrimage or Junket: The Formational Value of ACOM Holy Land Study Tours James Pietsch - Educating for the kingdom: the development of character through participation in preparatory learning activities Laurie Woods - Appreciating the Creative Artistry of the Hebrew Text and the Rabbinic Tradition of Interpretation Neil Holm - The Righteous Mind Peter Carblis - Graduate Attributes and the New Covenant Peter Laughlin - Designing Effective International Fieldwork Experiences Sarah Hart - Popular Songs and Psalms Sebastian Salaske - God's Exemplary Graduates in times of ecological crisis Seumas Macdonald - Sheltering Vocabulary: re-sequencing the Greek reading experience for late-stage beginners Peter Bolt - Educating for Eternity: Ultimate Learning Outcomes in Colonial NSW Reflection*Please write how has the participation in the Conference benefited you as a theological teacher Action*Please write what you will be implementing in your teaching practice or units taught, as a result of this ConferenceCommentsThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.