9) * Encouragement of alternative models of theological education, such as theological education by extension.
What does TEE stand for?
TEE stands for Theological Education by Extension
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We have 82 other meanings of TEE in our Acronym Attic
- TAC Environment Data Support System
- Technology Education
- Text Encode Decode Utility (software)
- Tivoli Enterprise Data Warehouse (IBM Tivoli Management Framework)
- The Endocrine Disruption Exchange (Paonia, CO)
- Tasa de Eventos Experimental (Spanish)
- Technology Enhanced Education (various organizations)
- Term End Examination
- Tertiary Entrance Exam (Australia)
- Test of Elementary Economics
- Theoretical Electrical Engineering (various locations)
- Thermic Effect of Exercise
- Titoli di Efficienza Energetica (Italian: Energy Efficiency Bonds)
- Titre Emploi Entreprise (French: Job Title Company; France)
- Tokyo Electron Europe (various locations)
- Toshiba Electronics Europe
- Total Effective Exposure
- Total Energy Efficiency (natural gas)
- Total Energy Expenditure
- Training Effectiveness Evaluation
Samples in periodicals archive:
First Nations students of the Caledonia School of Mutual Ministry (CSMM) say they are "appalled" by the diocese of Caledonia's decision to dissolve the program and to withdraw its share of funds from the Theological Education by Extension Centre (TEE) in Terrace, B.
It is a reflection of a worldwide trend in theological education in the South that tends to emphasize programs subsumed under the category of theological education by extension (TEE).
The Pakistan Context of Theological Education by Extension (TEE) Theological education by extension (TEE) has existed in Pakistan for over 40 years.
New Directions in Theological Education By 1968 the Theological Education by Extension (TEE) movement had reached Brazil.
Theological Education by Extension (TEE) offers a different pattern of theological education, but may suffer from the same faults.
Ten years later, in 1976, I was invited back to speak at their annual meeting and to note their progress in theological education by extension (TEE).
95 Ross Kinsler, one of the fathers of Theological Education by Extension (TEE) in the 1960s, later executive staff of the Programme on Theological Education (PTE) of the WCC, offers a new account of these innovative initiatives.