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Record number 434018
Title Practice and profile. Christian formation for vocation
Author(s) Hegeman, J.J.; Edgell, M.; Jochemsen, H.
Source Eugene OR, USA : Wipf and Stock Publishers - ISBN 9781610970914 - 338
Department(s) Applied Philosophy Group
WASS
Publication type Scientific book (author)
Publication year 2011
Keyword(s) beroepsopleiding - hoger onderwijs - christendom - religie - beroepsopleiding (hoger) - moraal - morele waarden - ethiek - filosofie - vocational training - higher education - christianity - religion - professional education - moral - moral values - ethics - philosophy
Categories Educational Institutions / Christianity
Abstract Too many students are disappointed. They want to make a difference in their chosen professions. They are inspired by successful visionaries, but they have little idea how to follow in their oversized footsteps. Their colleges and universities promise more professional development than they can possibly deliver, especially in terms of moral development for the professions. Experts coming from a range of perspectives in higher education agree that moral formation for the professions must increasingly take place in higher education. Tragically, the recent evolution of teaching has stripped educators of much of the rationale for moral formation. The recent record of moral lapses by managers testifies to this crisis of moral education. The authors call for a revival of moral formation in higher education for the professions. They supply the needed resources to redesign classic as well as cutting-edge teaching and learning toward practical moral education in the professions. This book is carefully designed to apply traditional Christian principles appropriately to evolving professional practices. The authors' strategies address the problems surrounding calling, vocation, and the growing need for virtue training in the professions. In particular, the authors provide clear direction for how to meet the need for professional profiles that meet the standards of the marketplace. Practice and Profile provides the reader with a tested and proven model of faith formation appropriate to the professions. It also goes into specific, useful detail as to how the model mobilizes learning in classroom and professional settings. It aids institutions of higher learning in their struggle with demands for new learning environments and new moral competencies. Foremost, it gives students a grasp of how to become dedicated professionals who make a difference
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