Beginning with the excellent treatment of faith integration by Patrick Allen and Kenneth Badley (2012), based on the seminal work of Boyer (1997), this article delves into the issue of faith-learning integration on a discipline and classroom level. There are two major categories of integration that are considered: the single application, intended primarily for that day’s lesson, and focused on technical terminology or concepts; and the series that deals with larger issues beyond just those of the particular class being taught. Examples are provided for each, as well as the thought processes behind their generation. Resources are included at the end of the article that can aid readers in development of their own faith-learning applications.
Shotsberger, P. (2018). Faith Integration: What Does It Really Look Like?. International Christian Community of Teacher Educators Journal, 12(2). Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.georgefox.edu/icctej/vol12/iss2/5