This report should be written in a publishable format offering readers a snapshot of your school, a description of your project design and its results, and an account of what you have discovered about teaching and learning in this experience.
The following outline will insure that each school covers the same material in a consistent format. The text should not exceed more than 10 pages, single-spaced.
I. Issue and Context
· Describe the issue you addressed and how it related to teaching and learning concerns in your school. Why was this issue significant?
II. Project Design
· Describe and assess (e.g., what worked, what didn’t) activities or strategies that you used to implement the project.
III. Resources Used in Developing and Implementing the Project (e.g., publications/books, resource experts, facilitators)
· How did these materials or the expertise of outside resource people help or not help the faculty as it worked on the project issues? In commenting on resource people, please do not use their names.
IV. Project Results
· In light of what you set out to do, what did you learn about the issue you had defined?
· How did this project help sharpen your concerns around the processes of teaching and learning in your school?
· Did the project affect the way faculty teach?
· How has the faculty been impacted by the project?
· How has the school as a whole been impacted by the project?
· What would you do differently in regard to the design or implementation of this project?
· What issues continue to challenge you and what new issues arose?
V. Sharing the Wisdom
· What has the project taught you about theological education, especially the challenges of teaching and learning, that you would want to share with other seminaries?
· Is there a particular story or anecdote that captures the spirit of your project and the learning it has produced?
(Please include copies of any materials—including research instrument/tools—that you found to be highly significant and useful.)
Report is due December 3, 2007.