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Life Methods Curriculum

Religious, intellectual, and social life methods

When the Academy was launched in 1968, it included religious, cultural and methods courses. Three types of methods were taught: Intellectual, Social and Spirit, seeding much of the work of the Institutes and resulting in a rich harvest today. The outline of  the 1969 LIFE METHODS COURSES  evolved over the years and now includes the methods shared in the nine collections of the Global Archives. Various course outlines, early talks, methods, and workshops follow.

INTELLECTUAL

METHODS

A.  Images

  • Education Revolution
  • Charting Method
  • Class Preparation
  • Teacher as Artist

 

B.  Pedagogical Methods

  •  Course Constructs
  • Seminar Procedures
  • Delimited Lectures
  • Extra Format Processes

 

C.  Training

  • Education and Local Church
  • Faculty
  • Curriculum
  • Construct

 

D.  Mass Education

  • Impact
  • Penetration
  • Teacher Training
  • Administration

SOCIAL 

METHODS

A.  Community Reformulation

  •  Basic Philosophy
  • Social Structures
  • Community Organization
  • Revolutionary Method

 

B.  Social Methods

 

C.  Parish Development

  • Mission and Parish
  • Local Battleplan
  • Latent Church Organization
  • Operating Plan

 

D.  Regional Formulation

  • Permeation
  • Education Tactic

SPIRIT

METHODS

A:  Historical Style:

 

B:  Religious Exercises

    • Solitary Office
    • Contemplation
    • Meditation
    • Prayer

 

C:  Corporate Prowess

 

D:  Religious Mode

    • Universal Religious Insight
    • Formulation Method
    • Interior Qualities
    • Spirit Journey
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