Curriculum Design and Development

Course number: PS231     Credit hours: 3 hrs

Engaging communication is vital in reaching children today, but even more important than that is the message we are trying to communicate.    Fortunately, churches have many good curriculum options to choose from, but with this blessing also come some challenges: How do they evaluate and choose a curriculum? If they decide to write their own, how do they go about it? How can they adapt what they already use to better meet their needs? Students will explore these and other questions that surround the exciting challenge of what churches teach children.

Prerequisite: Teaching Methods and Theories of Learning

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