If you are at all involved in education around issues of faith and work (and involved in constructing syllabi, which is always a bear!), here’s a site you’ll want to bookmark: Oikonomia Network’s “Helpful Models” page:
One of the main purposes of the advisory committee of the Oikonomia Network is to provide resources and support to all our network members, to help them develop pedagogical excellence. The first task has been to review syllabi, papers, videos, and other materials produced by our network schools. The first round of the committee’s review has just been completed. The committee has identified 34 helpful models that illustrate success in integrating work and economics in theological education….
These models are not a one-size-fits-all, cookie-cutter model of success; every school and every faculty member is unique. Their freedom to innovate is central to the network’s success. But as our community matures, all its members have the opportunity to learn from one another’s work. The network can serve its members by identifying the examples that are the most likely to be helpful to the most people.