Mary Elizabeth Hess

 
 

I keep this site to store various resources for courses that I'm teaching, and research I’m conducting. If you’re interested in my opinions on various topics, or looking for specific resources, please visit my weblog.


Personal

Introduction . CV . Weblog . SlideShare .


Courses (titles)

CG525 . EL1515 . EL1515Online . EL3517EL3528 . EL3530 . EL3532 . EL3537 . EL3539 . EL3541 . EL4515 . EL4522 . EL4535 . IC2642 . IC2643 . CL8530 . LTSG4.400Lay school . Kairos . FirstWeek08 . FirstWeek09 . FirstWeek10 . First Week11 . Grading rubric . Educational Leadership competencies list . EL MA final project packet . EL MA FAQ . Tech requirements for online courses . Portfolio . EL Waivers .


Research

Digital storytelling . Storyingfaith.org . Feautor . Wikitech . Seminary as Teaching Apostolate . Dissertation . Teaching Reflectively . Project-based learning . Promotion portfolio .


Workshops/Seminars/Presentations

Handouts . Projects . Examples . Theories . Media Literacy . Media and Spiritualities . Leadership . Resources for Dismantling RacismAssessment . Fair usePortfolios . Differing Abilities . Children's roundtable  . Activate . HTI workshop . 24/7 news . Love and gender . CARS workshop  . Canadian Colloquium . Blogging . Simplicity . HeinFry . Faithful Children . Teaching Intensives . NACMP presentation . Vatican II . NAMLE . Academic integrity . NALM . McCormick . CSC conference . Iowa Theological Conference . Seattle . Changing church . NESBL . Building digital presence . SFTS . Luther Portfolio Support . Murray .


Resources

Wabash . APRRE . Center for Digital Storytelling . LACE . CTSA . AAR . SBL . APT . TCR . EDUCAUSE . Pluralism Project . VKP . JLE . Creativity-online . Theory.org . Popcultures.com . Lexington Seminar . koinonia . didache . kerygma . leiturgia . diakonia . Lord’s Prayer . CreedsSSCS . Psalm23 . Childhood Religion . Kairos Journal .

Welcome

The emotions and the experience, the gratitude or the terror, associated with transformation are very different from what transformation actually is.

Robert Kegan

Theologians are now primarily called to provide, not a theoretical argument for Christianity’s plausibility, but an account of how Christianity can be part of the solution, rather than simply part of the problem, on matters of great human moment that make a life-and-death difference to people, especially the poor and the oppressed.


Kathryn Tanner