In this unit of study you will explore the important connections between the Christian vision of the human person and the pastoral practices required to ensure the provision of this vision. This will include examining the skill of attending (listening) and practical ways of engaging in it that support and uphold God’s vision for the human person
Unit code: DP2600P
Unit status: Approved (New unit)
Unit level: Undergraduate Level 2
Unit discipline: Pastoral Theology and Ministry Studies
Proposing College: Pilgrim Theological CollegeShow when this unit is running
Identify the important connections between the Christian vision of the human person and the psychology of the human person that are foundational to human mental health.
Demonstrate the ways in which the Christian vision of the human person informs Christian professional pastoral practices.
Role play the key skills of attending (listening) that perform the Christian vision of the human person for human mental health
Designed to be a pre-requisite unit to: DP3650P The Sacred Stories of Divine Dignity: Narrative Approaches to Healing for Ministry
In order to address current grave concerns in pastoral practice and supervision in church settings, the learning and teaching strategy utilized in this unit draws extensively upon nearly 500 years of Jesuit educational philosophy and practice found in the Ignatian Pedagogical Paradigm (IPP).
The IPP understands learning and teaching as sequenced in exploration of context, experience, reflection, action, and evaluation. This process enables students’ readiness to engage in a learning process that is transformative of the whole person, mind and heart. The learning process that the IPP facilitates draws on the Christian view of the human person in its structure and content, for example, by emphasising the students’ dignity and creative contribution to the experience of learning. The vision of the IPP presupposes that learner and teacher enter into a mutual and reciprocal relationship whereby each searches for the insight of the other and in the service of shared learning.
The unit utilizes this strategy because it specifically offers a model of adult-learning that recognizes, supports, respects, and develops the wealth of experience and knowledge that students bring to this unit. This strategy aims at facilitating students’ appropriation of unit content in relation to their own learning needs and personal growth. As a result, this strategy generates readiness for personal transformation and meaningful professional impact
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Unit approved for the University of Divinity by Maggie Kappelhoff on 18 Sep, 2020
Unit record last updated: 2020-09-18 09:19:56 +1000