Catechetical Course Details

CPM - Catechetical Methods - St. Michael McKinney 7/20 & 7/27

Saturday, July 20, 2019 9:30 AM - 3:30 PM
Location(s): St. Michael the Archangel Parish (McKinney)

CERTIFICATE OF PASTORAL MINISTRY - Elective Course 

Instructor:  Jodi Hunt

Language: English

The two basic methods in catechesis, deductive and inductive, are rooted in the pedagogy of God, which inspires many different types of human methods. These include learning through human experience, learning by discipleship, learning within the Christian Community (including liturgical catechesis), learning within the Christian family, learning through witness of the catechist, learning by heart, learning by Christian living, and learning by apprenticeship.  This course explores not only the methods but also the best practices associated with catechesis (e.g. lesson planning, classroom activities, etc.)

Outcomes:

By the end of the course students will be able to:

  1. Describe the characteristics of the pedagogy of God.
  2. Be acquainted with the various forms of human methodology in catechesis and how to apply them in a classroom setting.
  3. Identify various formats/approaches, tools and resources for successful catechesis.

 

To register, please visit our webpage at udallas.edu/cpm,

for any questions, please call 972-721-4118

For more information regarding Formation and Certification, please contact :

Sr. Beatriz Martinez-Garcia, SSND
Catechetical Services
Associate Director, Continuing Catechetical Formation
(214) 379-2852