Get ready to be a Catholic Teacher

A Catholic Way of Knowing: Educational Philosophy | taught by Brett Salkeld
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Designed for Catholic teachers and Education students hoping to teach in Catholic schools, this course explores what makes a Catholic education distinctive and valuable, enabling teachers to live their vocation fully and fruitfully.  

What are people for?

The answers we give to this question shape teaching practice, from pedagogy to curriculum and beyond.  

If you've ever wondered if or how teaching in a Catholic school is any different for any other school, this is the course for you!  

Ideal for Catholic schools systems who need effective, efficient, and affordable professional development to support their Catholic identity and mission. 


Brett Salkeld
Brett Salkeld
Professor of Theology

Brett Salkeld is Archdiocesan Theologian for the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Regina. 

With a doctorate in systematic theology from Regis College, Toronto, and a B.Ed. from the University of Regina, Dr. Salkeld has worked with Catholic teachers and education students across Canada for many years, teaching in professional development, undergraduate, and graduate programs.

Dr. Salkeld's writings include the book How Far Can We Go? A Catholic Guide to Sex and Dating  (with Leah Perrault), and he is currently working on a book for Catholic teachers based on his years of work in Catholic education.  

He lives in Regina, Canada with his wife Flannery and their growing family.




Brett can be contacted at bretzky@hotmail.com.  

Check out his podcast, Thinking Faith! (with Eric Gurash).