Dan Haase

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Instructor of Christian Formation and Ministry
On Faculty since 2003

Phone: (630)752-7953
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Education

2002 M.A., Educational Ministries, Wheaton College Graduate School (Thesis: "A Philosophy and Handbook for Mentoring within Christian Higher Education")

1997 B.A., Christian Education and Ministry, Wheaton College

About Dan Haase

Wheaton College is truly my home. Since the summer of 2000, I have lived with my family in Smith-Traber Hall where my wife Kat is the Residence Director. I homeschooled my two boys from 2006-2016 while also teaching in the CFM Department starting in 2003. In brief, my vision for teaching and learning can be summed up in this phrase: love to learn; learn to love. I delight in adventuring with students through the joys and sorrows of life inside and outside the classroom.

I also oversee international internships and teach in the Center for Global and Experiential Learning (GEL). I enjoy gardening, poetry, and art.

Find more about me on my personal website >>

Courses Taught

  • Ministry in Culture (CFM 514)
  • Teaching for Transformation (CFM 516)
  • Discipleship (CFM 532)
  • Ministry Practicum (CFM 693 & CE 251)
  • Spiritual Guidance/Discernment (CE 232)
  • Internship (CE 496)
  • Senior Capstone (CE 494)
  • Vocation Practicum (GEL 211) 

Research

  • Learning-Centered Curriculum Design and Pedagogy
  • Discernment and Spiritual Formation
  • Practical Theology of Vocation
  • Intercultural Development 

Professional Affiliations

  • Society of Processors in Christian Education (S.P.C.E.)
  • Qualified Administrator of the Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI) & the Intercultural Conflict Styles Inventory (ICS)
  • Certified Dialogue Education Teacher with Global Learning Partners
  • Certified Stephen Minister

Publications and Presentations

"Cultivating the Love for a Life of Prayer," Wheaton College All School Communion, December 12, 2016

"Lament and Thanksgiving, "Wheaton College Junior Class Chapel, November 18, 2016

"Intercultural Communication," Wheaton College, April 9, 2016

"Intercultural Conflict Style Inventory," Residence Life Training, Wheaton College, February 12, 2016

"Christian Leadership in a Digital Culture," Wheaton College Student Leadership Forum, November 14, 2015

"Foundations of Dialogue Education," training in Wheaton IL, July 21-24, 2015

"Principles and Practices of Ministry Facilitation," The Missions Place, Wheaton IL, May 26, 2015

"Broken/Whole: The Role of Community in the Healing Process," CFM Forum with Michael Tso, February 19, 2015

"The Burden & Beauty of Prayer," WCF Kingdom Prayer Vigil Kick-Off, Wheaton College, February 8, 2015

"The Common Grace for the Common Good," OPUS: The Art of Work conference with Steven Garber, January 29, 2015

Haase, Daniel T. 2014. "The Death of the Professor: A Case for Dialogue Education." Common Ground Journal, V11n2 (Spring): 45-50

"From the Garden to the Grave," Wheaton College Graduate School Chapel, March 29, 2014

"Sabbath and Gratitude," Wheaton College All School Communion, September 25, 2013

"Pray Always: Is It Really Possible?" 2nd Presbyterian Church, Normal IL, March 3, 2013

Setran, David P., James Wilhoit, and Dan Haase, "Spiritual Formation Goes to College: Class-Related Soul Projects in Christian Higher Education." In Building a Culture of Faith: University-wide Partnerships for Spiritual Formation, edited by Cary Balzer and Rod Reed. Abilene, TX: Abilene Christian University Press, 2012. 

"Teaching for Christian (Trans)formation," NAPCE Workshop Intensive, Oct., 2006

"Teaching for Transformation Through Internships: One Department's Model," NAPCE, Oct. 2006

"Mentoring on the Christian College Campus," Koinonia (Fall 2002): 6-8

 

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