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Quandary

Qyandary is a game developed by the Learning Games Network, a┬ánon-profit spin-off of the MIT Education Arcade and the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Games+Learning+Society Program. The game aims to strengthen the moral compass of the children by making difficult decisions on issues where there are no right or wrong answers only consequences.

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Teaching Sensitive and Controversial Issues

This index of papers offers teachers advice and guidance on how to approach teaching sensitive and controversial topics in schools.
Some of the topics covered include creating safe spaces, discussion roles, 'political correctness', media literacy and links to other useful websites.

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Somebody Else’s Shoes

The aim of Somebody Else's Shoes is “to develop students’ ability to be able to access, express and record their own beliefs; to help students to understand their own beliefs within the context of the beliefs of others; to give the students the opportunity to work on an intensive programme employing critical thinking strategies in [...]

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Religionsunterricht in der Schule: Pro Reli oder Pro Ethik?

Berlin Abstimmung: Soll der Religionsunterricht wie bisher als freiwilliger Zusatz zum verbindlichen Ethikunterricht angeboten werden oder soll er als Wahlpflichtfach eingeführt werden, so dass sich die Berliner SchülerInnen zwischen Ethik- und Religionsunterricht entscheiden müssen?

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