Kuyers/INCHE conference: Shaping Christian Learning
Plenary 1: Conversion, agency, and education: Reflections on how to theologically narrate and imagine change
Professor of Theological Ethics and Senior Fellow
Kenan Institute for Ethics at Duke University
Plenary 2: African Christian designs for learning: A panel
Tersur Aben, Theological College of Northern Nigeria
Faith Nguru, Daystar University, Kenya
Marilyn Naidoo, University of South Africa
Plenary 3: Design before planning: A biblical/theological frame
Professor of Education
Tyndale University College
Conference: Christian Teaching and Learning: Pathways and Possibilities
Plenary 1: "Beyond Hospitality: Finding Wisdom at the Intersections of Practices"
Associate Provost and Professor of Christian Ethics
Asbury Theological Seminary
Plenary 2: "Redeeming the Buzzwords: A Distinctively Christian Approach to Innovation in Education"
Program Director for Education
Plenary 3: "What Do We Mean by Christian Education?"
Professor of Christian Education
Canterbury Christ Church University
Conference: Faith and Teaching: Virtue, Practice, Imagination
Plenary 1: "Teaching at Table/Learning to Eat"
Susan M. Felch
Professor of English
Director, Calvin Institute for Christian Scholarship
Plenary 2: "Courage in the Classroom"
Professor, Department of Philosophy
University of Chicago
Closing session: "'A Cold Heart Cannot Catch Fire': Imagination, Faith, and Teaching"
David I. Smith
Director, Graduate Studies in Education
Director, Kuyers Institute for Christian Teaching and Learning
Conference: "Virtues, Vices, and Teaching"
Held in October 2013, this conference explored the implications of a focus on virtues and vices for the way Christian teaching and learning are approached. Audio files (MP3) of the three plenary speakers (Jennifer Herdt, Yale Divinity School; L. Gregory Jones, Duke Divinity School; and David K. Naugle, Dallas Baptist University) are available at the Seminars at Calvin webpage.