A “modular” class condenses an entire college semester into a single, intensive week of on-campus study. Classes meet each day of the week for the full day (morning and afternoon). Prior to arriving on campus, students read the class textbook and submit a written summary and interaction. After the week on campus, students return home and complete a final project. Students receive a grade for the class upon completion of the final project.
Ethnodoxology: Arts & Culture in the Church
In this course, students will learn to help a community recognize, value, and plan to use its own arts to meet local needs and goals consistent with the Kingdom of God. The course provides a compact overview of the Create Local Arts Together (CLAT) model of community engagement. The CLAT process consists of seven flexible steps grounded in ethnographic and appreciative inquiry approaches: meet a community and its arts; specify goals; select communication genre and content; analyze the genre; spark creativity; improve new works and creative systems; integrate and celebrate for continuity. Students will engage with the model through three pedagogical cycles, culminating in applying it to a real-life context.
March 9-13, 8:30am-5:00pm
Pre-class Reading Due: February 5
Final Project Due: May 15
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Tuition (College Credit): $1225
Tuition (Audit): $300
Registration Fee: $35 (For new students only)
日本一道本一二三区视频_一区二区三区高清视频_日本一本到道一区免费College credit counts towards a degree at Alaska Bible College, and can be transferred to other schools. Audit does not count towards a degree and cannot not be transferred, though students participate fully in all class activities. Audit students are not required to turn in the assignments, and do not receive a grade. Enrollment precedence is given to students taking the class for college credit.