While the U.S. Bishops’ Doctrinal Elements of a Curriculum Framework provides robust content guidelines for a national high school Religion curriculum, its successful implementation will depend largely on concurrent development of, and training in, pedagogy suited to Christian education. This paper directs educators to existing catechetical documents that provide some general methodological guidance as well as to several time-tested pedagogical insights gleaned from the writings of ancient and modern Christian educators. The final section applies these insights from the tradition to current efforts to implement the bishops’ Framework in order to provide educators with a starting point for the elaboration of pedagogical methods called for by the bishops.
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Manning, P. R. (2012). That Your Education May Be Complete: Implementing the Bishops’ Curriculum Framework in Continuity with the Christian Teaching Tradition. Journal of Catholic Education, 15 (2). Retrieved from http://digitalcommons.lmu.edu/ce/vol15/iss2/4