Presentation on theme: "FAITH & LEARNING IN THE DISCIPLINES Dr. Rachel F. Pickett, PhD- Psychology; Dr. April Folgert, PhD, RN, FNP- Nursing; Dr. Wendy Goldbach, OTD, MEd, OTR,"— Presentation transcript:
FAITH & LEARNING IN THE DISCIPLINES Dr. Rachel F. Pickett, PhD- Psychology; Dr. April Folgert, PhD, RN, FNP- Nursing; Dr. Wendy Goldbach, OTD, MEd, OTR, CHT- Occupational Therapy
Assistant Professor of Occupational Therapy Dr. Wendy Goldbach, OTD, MEd, OTR, CHT
Introduction Welcome and opening prayer Prayer requests? Scripture and devotion Let each of you look not only to his own interests, but also to the interests of others. Philippians 2:4
Make the Connection- Course Content First day of class link to CUW Theme scripture Connect scripture to your lessons Bias Ethics Humility Forgiveness Equality Caring for others; “the least of these” Use your Bible…or Google it!
Make the Connection- Students Be an encourager Our students like to know that we understand Provide scriptural support about God’s faithfulness Our students want to know we are human Share stories about our doubts and challenges Our students derive peace from our model of faith Give them examples of leaning on God Pray for your students
Authenticity Don’t try to be someone you are not Examine your own faith Ask God for help Be willing to be vulnerable
Methods YouTube or GodTube videos Music Videos Devotions Collect them Ask others to share Students will send!
Be Intentional Keep a file of devotions, scriptures, videos Spend the necessary time in preparation Be consistent When appropriate link to rubric Example: OT Service reflection assignment
Assistant Professor of Psychology Rachel F. Pickett, PhD
CUW’s Mission Concordia University Wisconsin is a Lutheran higher education community committed to helping students develop in mind, body, and spirit for service to Christ in the church and the world.
Psychology Program Mission Encourage students to serve others within the context of Christian faith Appreciation for the magnificence of God viewed through human diversity
LA 105 Freshman Seminar War Child by Emmanuel Jal Weekly discussions Regular reaction papers Final exam paper Focus on faith
PSY 460 Counseling Skills Weekly role plays & journals Emphasis on serving others in the context of Christian faith Final personal reflection paper Emphasis on integration of faith in personal counseling style Awareness of how faith shapes our values and interactions with clients
PSY 222 Adolescent Development Actual client case study Extended in class group activity Integration of chapter concepts Integration of semester concepts Formulize a treatment plan from a Christian counseling perspective
Associate Professor, Director – Traditional Undergraduate Nursing Program Dr. April L. Folgert, PhD, RN, FNP