CCS staff person Scott Douglas reports on the first Praxis on-line gatherings. Praxis is a component of the new program structure.
The Centre for Christian Studies held its first online gatherings of students in its first Praxis year on September 18th and 20th. “Praxis” is a (kind of) new component in CCS’s diploma and certificate programs.
Program staff member David Lappano described Praxis as the “spine or backbone” of the diaconal ministries program. The introduction of greater flexibility for students gave rise to the need for something to hold all those different components together. In any given year a student can choose to enroll in one, two, three, or more theme learning circles, a practical field placement, or not, and any number of their required eight external academic courses. Hence, the Praxis component; the spine to which all the other limbs attach. Continue reading “Praxis begins!”