Faculty & Instructional Team
Putting scholarship into practice, together
The Seattle School faculty and staff lead our community in putting scholarship into practice through the lens of text, soul, and culture. Through their deep expertise, diverse perspectives, and varied theological backgrounds, they continually foster an environment of dialogue, relationship, and co-creation in the life of our school, and in the community.
Teaching & Learning
At The Seattle School, we are committed to excellence in our teaching practice. As a learning institution, we are continually refining our teaching practices to better engage and support students in their learning. We focus on creating contextual, relational, active learning experiences for our students. We have created an internal website for our Instructional Team with resources, links, and services to support their teaching practice.
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Equity in Teaching
The Instructional Team at the Seattle School works to make classroom spaces accessible to a wide range of learners and welcoming to diversity of all kinds: racial and ethnic, gender and sexuality, ability, and theological. This includes engaging in ongoing professional development around classroom discussion practices, training in accessibility and universal design, a commitment to integrating a wide range of voices in our syllabi, and the curiosity to examine our curriculum and teaching practices with equity and intercultural credibility in mind.
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Teaching & Technology
We support our instructors with resources and consultation to teach effectively with technology, whether on campus or online. The Seattle School instructional design staff helps faculty and instructional staff develop engaging instructional materials for use in all classroom styles and digital spaces. To inquire or schedule a consultation, connect with email@example.com.
Research at The Seattle School
Human Subjects research conducted by faculty and students at The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology goes through a robust review process through our Institutional Review Board (IRB). To submit an application or inquire about our research projects, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.