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Author Jeynes, William
Title The Wiley Handbook of Christianity and Education
Imprint Newark : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2018
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Descript 1 online resource (701 pages)
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Series Wiley Handbooks in Education Ser
Wiley Handbooks in Education Ser
Note Intro -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Notes on Contributors -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- Part I Major Issues in Christian Education -- Chapter 1 The Movement Away from God in American Education -- The Christian Classical Tradition in America -- Education in the Colonies and the Early American Republic -- Thomas Jefferson and His Contemporaries -- Benjamin Rush to Henry Adams -- John Dewey -- The Supreme Court and Secular Schools -- A Resurgent Classical Christian Movement -- References -- Chapter 2 The Two Biological Parent Family, Christianity, and Economic Prosperity -- Historical Trends -- Recent Trends in Downplaying or Nearly Dismissing The Role of Faith, Family, and Culture -- Issues of Causation -- What do Quantitative Data Indicate About the Relationship Between Faith and Family on the One Hand and Economic Prosperity on the Other? -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 3 The Christian Pastoral-Artisanal vs. Academic Industrial Models of Education in America -- Introduction -- The Christian Model: Pastoral and Artisanal -- An Alternative: Academic Industrialization -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 4 Engaging Questions of Purpose: The Resurgence of Vocational Exploration and Its Integrative Potential for Higher Education -- Higher Education's Beneficial Tensions and Contemporary Challenges -- A History of Holistic Education -- Holistic Education: A Priority or on the Periphery? -- Searching for Institutional Purpose but Forsaking Purpose Exploration for Students -- Meaning, Purpose, and Spirituality Remain Significant for Students -- A Call to Reclaim Holistic Educational Approaches -- Vocation as a Point of Convergence -- Educational Environments Influence Vocational Exploration -- Faith-based Liberal Arts: A Niche of Excellence for Vocational Exploration
The Resurgence of Programs Designed to Explore Vocation -- A Christian Vision of Vocational Exploration Emphasizes Character Formation and Moral Development -- A Christian Vision of Vocation Actualizes the Connection Between Knowing and Doing -- A Christian Vision of Vocation Emerges from a Common Priesthood and Exists for the Common Good -- A Christian Vision of Vocation is Part of a Larger Mission (Missio Dei) and Contributes to a Broader Kingdom (the Kingdom of God) -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 5 Why Religion and Religious Freedom is Good for Society, Offenders, and Prisons -- Historical Roots of Religious Freedom in the United States -- Is Religious Freedom Good for Society? -- Is Religion and Religious Freedom Good for Offenders? -- Why Religion is Good for Offenders -- Is Religion Good for Prisons? -- How Religion Can Change Prisons for Good -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 6 The Integration of Faith Tradition and Teaching in Christian Higher Education -- The Survey -- What Motivates Christian Teachers: The Findings -- Implications/Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 7 A Christian Mentoring Program for Character Education of African American Teens and Young Adults from Detroit -- The Significance of Three Primary Agencies for Character Education -- Their Significance as Observed from Research Findings -- Historically Established from Colonial Times -- The Puritan Triad of Character Education -- Basics of Our Mentoring Program -- Overall Christian Mentoring Strategy -- The Christian Mentor's Competency -- Results -- Results from a Survey of Public School Teachers -- General Discussion -- Discussion on Multicultural Mentoring for Minorities -- Discussion on Spirituality in Mentoring -- Concluding Discussion -- References -- Chapter 8 Character Education Traced Throughout American History -- Introduction -- The Historical Journey
Character Education and the Rise of Public Schools -- What Does Separation of Church and State Really Mean? -- Other Individuals who Played a Major Role in The Development of Public Schools -- The Extent of Character Education Training -- The Rise of Liberalism in American Public Schools -- An International Exploration of Character Education -- Character Education Curriculum, Organizations, and Programs -- Results of Character Education Studies -- Challenges of Character Education -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 9 Publicly Funded Charter Schools with Religious Ties -- The Legal Context for Religious Influence in Public Education -- Charter School Reform -- Different Types of Religious Ties in Charter Schools -- Theoretical Expectations for Charter Schools with Religious Ties -- Outcomes for Charter Schools -- Unanswered Questions and Directions for Future Research -- Conclusion -- References -- Part II Christianity and Education Around the Globe -- Chapter 10 Faith-based Schooling in a Pluralistic Democracy -- Overview -- Reasons for Choosing Faith‐based Schools -- Claims Made for Public Common Schools -- Schooling for a Pluralistic Democracy -- References -- Chapter 11 The Teaching of the Holocaust in American Evangelical Christian Schools -- Introduction -- The Historical Context of the Holocaust -- Missed Opportunities -- The Nature of Adolf Hitler and His Rise to Power -- Hitler's Rise -- Churches -- Evangelical Support in the Aftermath of The Holocaust -- Growing Religious Intolerance -- Lessons of the Holocaust for Today's Evangelical Christians -- References -- Chapter 12 Learned Piety in a Place of Freedom: A Brief History of Liberal Education in Europe, 1200-2000 -- Introduction -- The Medieval University: Education between Church and State -- Humanism and Education in Reformation Europe
Education in a European World: Industrialism, Colonialization, and Decolonization -- From Elite to Mass Higher Education -- Conclusion and Prospects -- References -- Chapter 13 Religious Liberty and Educational Pluralism: Abraham Kuyper's Principled Advocacy of School Choice -- Freedom of Conscience -- The role of Core Beliefs in Human Experience and Knowledge -- Taking Education Out of Party Politics -- The Unity of the Child -- Sound Pedagogy -- Parental Rights -- Church Rights -- Preparation for Future Service to Society -- Free Initiative, and Civil Society -- Justice for the Poor -- National Unity -- The Dutch Culture and Heritage -- References -- Chapter 14 Christianity and Education: A Brazilian Perspective -- Introduction -- Beginnings of Catholic Education in Brazil -- Four Periods -- The Importance of Religious Education -- The Future -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 15 Latinx Parental Expectations in the Home: Educación and the Assets of Religiosity, Family, and Community -- Introduction -- The Impact of Religiosity on Education -- Theoretical Framework -- Manifestations of Parental Expectations -- Who are Latinx and why do Expectations of Students Matter? -- Parental Expectations Matter in School Performance -- Parental Belief, Guidance, and Monitoring -- The Acquisition of Cultural Capital through Community Resources -- Implications for Parental Expectations and Involvement in Education -- References -- Chapter 16 Church-based and Community-centered Higher Education: Case Study of an Alternative Strategy for Delivering Faith-based General Education to the Poor Around the World -- Introduction -- Rationale for Serving the Poor -- The Trinity Education Model -- Assessing This Model -- Prospects for Future Growth -- Conclusion -- References
Chapter 17 "Small Things with Great Love": Apostle Peter's Wisdom for Christian Educators Around the World -- The Divine Mission and Ultimate Purpose of Education -- Faith-Sofia Cavalletti (1917-2011) -- The Parables as Grist for Deepening the Relationship with Christ -- Add to Your Faith Virtue -- Add to Virtue Knowledge -- Add to Knowledge Self‐control -- Add to self‐control, Perseverance or Steadfastness -- Add to steadfastness Godliness -- To Godliness add Brotherly Love -- And brotherly affection with Love of God -- A Word on the Pedagogy Debates -- Returning to Peter's Admonitions -- References -- Part III Humanity at a Crossroads in Determining the Relationship Between Christianity and Education -- Chapter 18 The Supreme Court, 1st Amendment Religion Clauses, and Education: An Overview -- Introduction -- State Aid to Faith‐based School -- Forms of State Aid -- Secular Services and Salary Supplements -- Aids to Parents -- Religious Activities and Public Schools -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 19 Using the Christian Paradigm of Living and Learning to Rethink the Extravert Ideal -- Personality Theory and Societal Excess -- The Christian Paradigm of Living and Learning -- How the Christian Paradigm Reverses Extravert Excesses -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 20 The Dog that Didn't Bark: Enrollment, Student Demographic, and Capacity Trends in Christian Schools after the Introduction of Private School Choice -- Introduction -- Methods -- Results -- Discussion and Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 21 School Choice, Worldview, and Secularism's Blindness -- Introduction -- Worldviews in School Choice Discussions -- Worldview: Irrelevant or Neglected? -- Summary Conclusion -- Proposal -- References -- Chapter 22 Education in a Catholic Key -- Introduction -- Education in a Personal and Invitational Key -- Education in a Sacramental Key
Education in a Eucharistic Key
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
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