CCS-027 Catholic Education in the Mission of the Church Outline

Catholic Education in the Mission of the Church - The Congregation for Catholic Education has clearly articulated the meaning and purpose of Catholic schools and the role schools play in the mission of the Church. Course material will focus on the Church documents and teachings on Catholic education.

COURSE STRUCTURE AND HIGHLIGHTS

  • Week 1: What is Catholic Education?
  • Week 2: Catholic Education and Globalization
  • Week 3: The History of Catholic Education in Canada
  • Week 4: The History of Catholic Education in Alberta
  • Week 5: Catholic Education Today
  • Week 6: Catholic Education in Secular Society
  • Week 7: Popes on Catholic Education
  • Week 8: Vision for Catholic Education
  • Week 9: Growing Forward: The Marks of Catholic Education
  • Week 10: Educating Today and Tomorrow: A Renewing Passion

INSTRUCTOR

Ted Paszek

TEXTBOOK

Mulligan, James. Catholic Education: Ensuring a Future. Novalis, 2005.

REFERENCES

Catechism of the Catholic Church.
The Holy Bible.

ASSESSMENT

Catholic Education in the Mission of the Church consists of ten lessons and ten assignments, with each assignment weighted at 10% (percent) of the total grade. Completion of the entire course is determined by either a pass or fail.

TECHNICAL SKILLS AND EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS

  • You must have Internet access. A high speed connection, either ADSL or cable, is recommended.
  • You should know how to use a web browser to navigate the web to locate educational resources and download files.
  • You will need the files management skills necessary to create directories, to save files and to retrieve files.