Table of contents for Teaching reflectively in theological contexts : promises and contradictions / edited by Mary E. Hess, Stephen D. Brookfield.

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Introduction
Introduction (Stephen Brookfield and Mary Hess) 					p. 
1
Foundational Questions
One: 	"How can we teach authentically?" Reflective practice in the dialogical 
classroom 
(Stephen Brookfield and Mary Hess)					p. 18
Two: 	"How do we make space for students to engage truth?" Teaching with 
conviction 
(David Lose)								p. 39
Three: "How do we invite students into conversation?" Teaching dialogically 
(Stephen 
Brookfield)								p. 54
Four: 	"How do we meet students where they are, while challenging them 
further?" 
Teaching developmentally (Mary Hess)				p.73
Questions Arising from Practice
Five: 	"How do students experience the teacher?" Knowing who you are as a 
teacher, 
and knowing that your students do not (Rolf Jacobson)		p. 102
Six: 	"How can students learn to trust us as we challenge who they are?" 
Building trust 
and trustworthiness in a biblical studies classroom (Matthew Skinner) p. 122
Seven:	"How does team-teaching model trust in and beyond the classroom?" 
Teaming to 
create the conditions for transformation. (Jan Ramsey)		p. 149
Eight: 	"How do we teach across cultural diversity ?" Teaching in the face 
of cross-
cultural conversation (Frieder Ludwig)				p. 174
Realizing Promises and Confronting Contradictions
Nine: 	"How can white teachers recognize and challenge racism?" 
Acknowledging 
collusion and learning an aggressive humility (Mary Hess and Stephen 
Brookfield)								p. 193
Ten: 	"How do we enter students' worlds we cannot know?" Praying and teaching 
when 
not 'at home' (Mary Hess)						p. 222
Eleven: "How do we know what our students are learning?" Assessing learning in 
the 
context of pastoral engagement and candidacy processes (Alvin Luedke) p. 236
Twelve: "How can technology stretch us without snapping?" Teaching with 
technology 
(Mary Hess)									p. 259
Conclusions
Thirteen: "How do we connect classroom teaching to institutional practice?" 
Sustaining a 
culture of reflective practice in teaching (Mary Hess and Stephen Brookfield)
									p. 273
References									p. 294

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Theology -- Study and teaching.
Teaching -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.