The Faith Development Office in the Ministries and Faith Development staff group of the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) seeks one or more authors to revise the Unitarian Universalist Identity Renaissance module.
The Renaissance Program is a major component of the UUA Religious Education (RE) Credentialing program. Each module provides standardized basic training in a specific area useful to religious educators. Renaissance Modules are open to all those interested in religious education leadership including seminarians, parish ministers, and lay leaders.
It has been at least 13 years since the Unitarian Universalist (UU) Identity Renaissance module has undergone a revision. Much has changed during that time within Unitarian Universalism and in the larger cultural context. The current Leader’s Guide, Reader and other resources for the module can be found on the UUA website.
The current goals of the UU Identity Renaissance module are (1) to create an understanding of identity as a process, (2) to build awareness of how the process unfolds, and (3) to identify ways to foster the process, specifically among Religious Education participants and generally in congregations.
A team of critical readers has suggested questions that might provide a framework for the revision, including:
Please submit a resume, writing samples (ideally, a curriculum-writing sample), brief answers to the questions below, and an outline of your vision for this Renaissance module.
Please apply electronically by April 18, 2014 to Pat Kahn, Children and Family Programs Director, UUA, renaissance @ uua.org .
For more information contact religiouseducation @ uua.org.
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Last updated on Friday, March 21, 2014.
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