Instructor: Rev. Dr. Cathie Kelsey, Dean of the Chapel firstname.lastname@example.org, 303-968-9812 (cell)
Course Synopsis: How did a movement based on sharing grace become a multi-continent denomination at war with itself? Whose voice and experiences got lost and found in the 275 years along the way of "methodism"? What in this history do you want to claim, and what do you want to reform? These questions are bigger than one 10 week course, but in these 10 weeks you will discover how to live toward answers as a leader among the next generation of the people called Methodist. This course is required for persons seeking ordination in The United Methodist Church (and probably in its successors, whatever they might be, as well).
We are going to be a mixed group of folks in this course - in multiple ways!
One important way we are mixed is that some of us are Iliff students taking the course as a hybrid and we'll be on campus together October 12-13, while others of us are Christian Theological School in Indianapolis students and we will be online only. But except for weeks 5 and 6, we're ALL going to learn and engage together in this space. In weeks 5 and 6 Canvas will automatically show you only the assignments relevant to you (if I set it up correctly.) 8-20-2018
UM History 2018 course assignments grid-1.docx this is a complete picture, week by week, of all the assignments and readings for the course. The Canvas assignments will match what is in this grid and the links to a couple of readings will be in the Canvas assignments. edited to show different sections in week 6 (8-20-2018)
Book List final version 8-10-2018
Evaluation be sure to take a close look at this page! Grading in this course will be done by YOU. Take a look and see how that will occur.
Policies and Services this includes links to information about adaptations to disability, academic integrity, incompletes, and other things that keep everyone's expectations consistent.
Links to e-resources a page in process during Gathering Days
The syllabus page shows a table-oriented view of the course schedule, and the basics of course grading. You can add any other comments, notes, or thoughts you have about the course structure, course policies or anything else.
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