2023 ATFE Biennial Consultation
After two plus years of a global pandemic, and the need to shift and adapt to respond, your Steering Committee believes the 2023 Consultation is a good opportunity to gather in person to Rest and Relax, explore how we have been Resilient, Reconnect with one another and Re-envision and Reinvent Field Education for new horizons.
We invite you to help with this planning and think about the possibilities for your own participation in this event. We encourage you to propose a break-out session that fits within one of the three major categories of the gathering. Think broadly and build your presentation on any aspect of our work as theological field educators.
What is important to you, or challenging to you, or inspiring to you that you might want to share with us in a session?
What have you discovered in your own work that might prove resourceful for us all?
What direction do you think we might want to consider taking in our work as a community of practice?
Break-out sessions can be fit under any of the three main categories:
1. Rest and Renewal
2. Resilience and Reconnection
3. Re-envision and Re-invent
Please complete this form by October 15, 2022. All proposals will be received gratefully and considered appreciatively.
How Does One Register for the 2023 ATFE Biennial Consultation?
STEP 1: Follow this link to complete your registration form.
STEP 2: Click here to make your payments to ATFE.
STEP 3: Room reservations are separate from registration, so don't forget to book your space! Use this link to access the YMCA's reservation page.
STEP 4: Book your flights, cars, etc.
STEP 5: Take a moment to check out the conference information!
We look forward to resting and just being with you all during this time of slowing down and refreshing. We are hopeful for good times, wonderful connections, and a strong sense of renewed purpose as we offer this opportunity for you to sit back and relax!
We'll see you soon!
2021 Virtual Mini-Biennium
We gathered virtually in January 2021 for an abbreviated conference that we called "Reimagining Field Education for the next 75 Years" in honor of ATFE's 75th anniversary. Our keynote speakers were Sarah Drummond and Elsie Miranda, who talked with us about the redevelopment of ATS standards and implications for our work in theological education. If you missed the conference or just want to refresh your memory, we recorded two parts of it and you can watch the videos here.
Reimagining Field Education for the next 75 Years
Happy Hour - Retirements & Transitions Among Field Educators