Val. Ed 2- Religions, Religious Experiences and Spirituality.docx

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OUTCOMES – BASED EDUCATION (OBE) COURSE SYLLABUS IN (Val. Ed. 2) RELIGION, RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCE AND SPIRITUALITY Course Credit: 3 Units Degree Program: Bachelor of Elementary Education / Bachelor of Secondary Education Term: 1st Semester Specialization: None Academic Year: 2018 - 2019 Pre – requisite: None Date Revised: April 24, 2018 _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ I. SFXC Vision: St. Francis Xavier College is a dynamic, empowered, excellence driven educational institution committed to produce globally – competent and versatile learners for a more meaningful life. II. SFXC Mission: The institution pursues innovative approaches in education too enhance instruction, research and community involvement. It pledges to provide the learners a curricular framework to instill creative and critical thinking in a changing world. Cultural preservation, environmental care and values formation are inculcated to guarantee genuine transformation. III. College Goals 1. Adheres to all requirements and standards for effective quality - teaching learning ventures. 2. Nurtures a service - oriented and environmental conscious community. 3. Develop research culture and strengthen socio – economic linkages among stakeholders. IV. Program/Degree Outcomes 1. Articulated the relationship of education to larger historical, cultural and political processes. Barangay 5, San Francisco, Agusan del Sur, Philippines 8501 | +63 85 3438327 | F: +63 85 8392284
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2. Facilitated learning using a wide range of teaching methodologies in various types of environment. 3. Developed alternative reaching approaches for diverse learners. 4. Applied skills in curriculum development, lesson planning materials development, instructional delivery and educational assessment. 5. Demonstrated basic higher and higher levels of thinking skill in planning, assessing and reporting. 6. Practiced professional and ethical teaching standards to respond to the demands of the community. 7. Pursued lifelong learning for personal and professional growth V. Couse Description: Religion is perhaps one of the most widespread and familiar of human behaviors. For as long as humans have been recognizably human, they have been religious. The course will address the many important metaphysical issues. That is, religious claims often make assertions about the ultimate nature of reality, the existence of souls, an afterlife, and most importantly, the existence of a God or gods. Part of the reason people have such a strong interest in religion is because of the implications religious claims would have on our lives if they are true. We will discuss the philosophical, metaphysical, and epistemological foundations of Christianity, Islam, and Judaism. There will be some discussion of Buddhism and Hinduism, as well. At the outset we will concern several issues surrounding the relationship of religion, science, and morality. Then we will consider some of
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