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This resource guide was produced by the Ontario Ministry of Education in 1994 to assist boards of education in developing programs in education about religion for public elementary school students.This document makes general rather than specific recommendations. This document will also be helpful to principals, teachers, and parents who are involved in designing programs in [...]
The Civic Mirror is simulation tool that helps teachers turn classrooms into countries and students into citizens of those countries. This simulation is played both online and in the classroom setting. During this simulation, the students involved participate in three tasks – financially provide for a fictional family, develop a civic system to [...]
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.
“The Newfoundland and Labrador religious education curriculum
is shaped by a vision of enabling and encouraging students to
grow religiously, spiritually and morally into informed, caring
and contributing members of society, who appreciate their own
beliefs and values, and the beliefs and values of others, and who
understand the contribution that Christianity and other religionsmake to human life.” (page 1)
This curriculum provides an overview of religious education. For each grades between grades, the curriculum provides course expectations for the areas of scripture, profession of faith, Christian moral development, prayer and sacramental life, and family life education.