Reflecting on Teaching Practice (Current or Future) - March 3, 2018


Saturday, March 3, 2018


Jay Boardroom, main floor, Toronto School of Theology, 47 Queen's Park Crescent, Toronto, ON

Workshop includes light refreshments.




This event is co-sponsored by the Toronto Mennonite Theological Centre.


Chalk and brush in front of chalkboard.This interactive workshop gives you a chance to reflect on who you are as a teacher OR who you will be as a teacher. Through the two lenses of Anabaptist-Mennonite faith and non-faith-based pedagogy, we will explore some of the heights and depths of teaching, we will identify a variety of tools for facilitating good education, and we will reflect on how the roles of scholar, teacher, and Christian disciple interact. This workshop is for grad students, professors, pastors, Sunday School teachers, and others who want to explore the vocation of teaching.


Matthew Bailey-Dick, Coordinator of the Anabaptist Learning Workshop, PhD candidate in Adult Education at University of Toronto

As the Coordinator of the Anabaptist Learning Workshop, Matthew’s work includes organizing workshops, public speaking, program evaluation, and consulting with participants and instructors. In addition to this work, Matthew is continuing his doctoral studies in Adult Education and Community Development at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) at the University of Toronto. 

He received his MA in Peace Studies from Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminary in Elkhart, IN (2003) and his BA in Religious Studies from the University of Waterloo (2000). In prior years, Matthew worked as a researcher with the Centre for Community-Based Research, peace education worker with Mennonite Central Committee Ontario, crisis intervention trainer with the Canadian Training Institute, and as a pastor in two Mennonite congregations.

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