A study of religious education curriculum as it takes form in (1) kerygma (proclamation); (2) didache (teaching); (3) leiturgia (prayer); (4) koinonia (community); and (5) diakonia (service). Topics include how religious education is a form of practical theology, its sources, and its null curriculum (what ought to be addressed but is not). The use of art and music in religious educational settings is also addressed. Attention is given to how assessment takes place within an overall religious educational curriculum design.

3.0Credits