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Dr. Maureen OBrien, Ph.D. Duquesne University Click here for instructions.
Navigation through the course will occur by clicking on the following action buttons located in the lower right corner of each screen: The HOME button will be placed in the center of each slide and will bring you to the Table of Contents for further navigation. The NEXT and BACK buttons will move you through the course content. The EXIT button will be placed at the end of each Unit and will return you to the course menu.
This course is meant to be self-paced, though there will be opportunities to interact with your local and global JPIC groups. Course content and activities should be completed in the order that they are presented to maximize student success. The Table of Contents will be your starting point for each Unit
Each type of course activity has a unique icon located in the upper right corner of the screen. In this course you will: Global discussion Watch video Online journal Local discussion Read online ReflectCreate doc Quiz/test
The unit is divided in several components. Start with 13.1 Description of Learning Journal OR click on the link below to navigate to the component where you left off. Revisit as needed. 13.1 Description of Learning Journal 13.2 Learning Outcomes 13.3 Preparatory Questions 13.4 Micro-lecture 13.5 Reading 13.6 Discussion Questions 13.7 Closing Exercise 13.8 Course Assessment
Your Learning Journal is the place to record your responses to questions placed in each unit, as well as any notes that you take on the readings or in group discussions. These may be hand written or typed into a computer. If you type, please remember to save your work. Whenever possible, we encourage you to share your Learning Journal with other students in your own group and in other groups through the courses online networking sites.
By the end of this unit, students should have: Taken a closer look at the role of social analysis in theological reflection. Begun to be attentive to opportunities for social analysis in their ministry. Articulated their major insights and/or questions at the conclusion of the course.
Reflection and response to the following questions is an important way for you to begin thinking about the content of the upcoming unit. Please record your responses in your Learning Journal or hand write them in a notebook if you prefer. You are not expected to share this information with others unless you choose to do so. Learning Journal
In reviewing your practice with the TR examples in Part 2, what was most memorable about your work with the conducting social analysis phase? Go to Learning Journal (MS Word)
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Instructors Notes Pope Paul VI. Octogesima Adveniens. 1971. Web. 7 June 2010.. [Art. 1-5]. http://www.vatican.va/holy_father/paul_vi/apost_le tters/documents/hf_p-vi_apl_19710514_octogesima- adveniens_en.html Toward a Spirituality of Justice. 8 th Day Center for Justice. Web. 7 June 2010. http://www.tsjc.org/uploads/media/Eighth_Day_To wards_Spirituality_of_Justice.pdf. [10-11]. http://www.tsjc.org/uploads/media/Eighth_Day_To wards_Spirituality_of_Justice.pdf
Reflect and respond to the following questions in your Learning Journal as you work through this unit. Learning Journal Then, please choose your response to one of the Discussion Questions that is especially important to you. Paste that response into a Wiki posting in order to promote and participate in a larger discussion with other students, locally and internationally. Wiki All of your Discussion Question responses should be brought into your Group Meetings.
Choose one or two of the realities or systems on the 8 th Day Center for Justice chart and try to answer its questions for the TR experience that you presented in Unit 10. What do your responses to these questions contribute to your understanding of the example? Do you have any new ideas for new actions through this social analysis?new actions Go to Learning Journal (MS Word) Go to Learning Journal (Wiki)
Where can you find resources to continue your learning for TR oriented toward Justice, Peace and the Integrity of Creation? Come to your discussion with one such resource to share with your group. Go to Learning Journal (MS Word) Go to Learning Journal (Wiki)
After completing the reading and participating in the group meeting and Google Group discussion, take time to write in your Learning Journal in response to the following questions. You are not expected to share this information unless you choose to do so.Learning Journal
When you have completed this course, write a response to one of the following questions and post this to the course Wiki. Your response should be no more than 100 words. You should also plan to read at least three other participants postings on the course Wiki and respond to them.Wiki 1. Choose one reading from the course and explain why it is significant for you. 2. What is one way that your approach to ministry has changed, or will change, through studying TR in this course? 3. What is one question from the course that you would most like to ask other participants to discuss? Go to Learning Journal (MS Word)
Having completed this course, please click on the link after reading all of the rationale to take a confidential C ourse Assessment in which you will be asked to share your experience as a student in this course.
Your response will help the team at Duquesne University create courses that are more helpful to your ministry and the ministry of many others around the world. This assessment will identify the most important ways in which they can: Make the navigation of the DVD and the web site easier Improve course content by making it more relevant to your life and work Increase your learning
This is a confidential assessment. Your anonymous responses will be seen only program managers at Duquesne. Local coordinators will not receive a copy of individual remarks or evaluations; at most local coordinators will receive a very general report. If you have questions on the assessment process, please consult your Course Guide. Course Guide Click here to open the course assessment.
If you are ready to respond to the Discussion Question most important to you: Click here to go to the JPIC 200 Wiki.here Sign in so that you can post your entry. Choose the appropriate Unit Number Click reply to add your entry.
The specific, practical measures that people decide upon and perform in order to realize the fruits of TR.