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Survey highlights religious diversity of Asian Americans; One in ten are Hindu
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ABCs of Religion in Schools
This activity encourages teachers to teach students about world religions as an integrated part of academic life. The activity stresses maintaining neutrality, keeping the class academic, teaching about the faiths behind certain holidays, and focusing on respect inquiry.
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Celebrating Holidays in the Classroom
This site has different articles that discuss activities teachers can do with their students to educate them about different major religious holidays from various traditions. Such activities involve storytelling and craft making. It also contains lesson plans for teachers to … Continue reading