LTJ Learning Opportunity
The Lutheran Theological Journal (LTJ) serves the church by providing a place where its workers can present a range of theological views that generate fruitful and respectful discussion. On the basis of that role, a supplementary issue of LTJ was produced in May in conjunction with Lutheran Education Australia (LEA), its articles focusing on the intersection of Lutheran theology with contemporary educational theories and practices. (An electronic version of the papers has been made available.)
If you would like to engage in discussion about these papers in an online forum with the national Lutheran education community, a series of one-hour Learning circles have been scheduled. Learning circles are a joint initiative of LEA and ALC, providing leadership development opportunities. You will have an opportunity to experience the same resource and then share reflections with the authors.
To book any of the following sessions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the sessions you would like to attend and a Zoom link will be sent to you.
Monday 11 October
4pm EST (3.30pm SA) Lutheran Education Australia Science and theology within Lutheran school communities with Tom Pietsch
7pm EST (6.30pm SA) Student agency through the Lutheran lens with Anna Nürnberger
Wednesday 13 October
7pm EST (6.30pm SA) Nice Lutheran schools? Glory or cross in the education marketplace with Andrew Jaensch
Tuesday 19 October
4pm EST (3.30pm SA) Competing interests and the inclusion of children with complex needs with Kerrin Huth
8pm EST (7.30pm SA) Positive psychology—flourishing within a Lutheran school? with Tim Jarick
Thursday 21 October
4pm EST (3.30pm SA) Supporting same-sex attracted students in Lutheran middle and secondary schools with Stephen Haar
7pm EST (6.30pm SA) Bringing love to life: the inclusion of transgender students in Lutheran schools with Dianne Eckermann