© 2017 – Routledge
92 pages | 26 B/W Illus.
Offering resources and initiatives on religious and spiritual diversity in higher education, this book describes the conceptual foundations for teaching religious literacy and provides a sample curriculum with a facilitator's guide and assessment tools needed to evaluate its development among students. With a clear understanding of the diversity of religious and spiritual experiences found on college and university campuses, Ennis offers a much-needed framework for facilitating conversations about religion and spirituality in colleges and universities. By working from a comprehensive overview of NYU’s award-winning Faith Zone training program, this book breaks down the methodology and tools required to create religious literacy training curricula at campuses around the world.
1. A Priest and a Rabbi Walk into a Bar: Now What? 2. Introducing Religious Literacy 3. Measuring Religious Literacy 4. Translating to a Workshop 5. Sample Workshop 6. Workshop Outcome 7. Bringing Faith Zone to Your Campus