Supervised Theological Field Education (Part B)
Lecturer: Dr. Penny Martin
This is a Supervised Theological Field Unit and will provide a framework for reflection, input and learning in leadership and ministry. It takes a specific context and focuses on how theology, scripture, faith and identity impact on a student’s formation for ministry and leadership. Students will engage in critical reflection through case study presentations and peer reflection. A variety of relevant topics will be explored such as: Active and contemplative styles of ministry and reflection, the nature and cost of leadership and ministry, life-long learning and formation, finding voice – personal reflective capacities and culturally engaged theological reflection. Professional ministry standards including safeguarding underpin this unit.
Delivery mode: TBA
Of 132 engagement hours: 96 placement; 24 reflection, integration; 12 personal supervision.
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