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Religious and moral education includes learning about Christianity and other world religions, and supports the development of beliefs and values. It also includes aspects of philosophical enquiry.
These documents explains the experiences and outcomes for religious and moral education experienced in Scotland and also holds a document with advice regarding religious and moral education.
This link contains a lesson plan for teaching about religious tolerance. The lesson plan focuses around the concept of religious freedom and how this issue is critical to understanding rights in the United States. References to the Constitution, specifically the First Amendment, are made throughout the lesson plan. Emphasis is placed on discussing the major [...]
This document provides a lesson plan and assessment resource for teachers when teaching about religious fundamentalism in relation to social studies. By religious fundamentalism, this lesson refers to the anti-modernist movements of some religions.
This activity asks students to identify certain beliefs about “their group” that are offensive and then provide positive ways to handle encounters with such remarks. First, students need to identity what group they each belong to.
This activity was part of a religious education project to establish a network of 'e-pals' between two schools in the same city: one with a largely Muslim intake and the other with a Roman Catholic tradition.
This curriculum describes the key concepts that should be addressed through religious education – beliefs/teachings/sources, practices/ways of life, expressing meaning, identity/diversity/belonging, meaning/purpose/truth, values/commitments. The curriculum also describes the range and content of materials that should be covered in religious education classes and the importance of learning about and from religion.
This curriculum provides guidance on the teaching of Islamic studies and separates this guidance by grade. The curriculum focuses on discusses the themes, stories, values, and history of the Islam. Arabic is also incorporated into parts of the curriculum.
Article X on Spiritual and Religious Freedom is an article from the Proposed American declaration on the rights of indigenous peoples. It holds the overall statement of the indigenous people as well as separates for each country part of the Inter-American Commission.