Tag Archives: Norway
This paper was compiled on the morning of Tuesday 26 July. It contains links to a small selection of the thousands of articles, commentaries and blogs that were been published on the internet over the following days.
It starts by recalling the assumptions and speculations in media coverage on Friday 22 July. It then continues by [...]
This Norwegian resource from Kristendom- Religions- og Livssynskunnskap is a collection of religious texts to be used in teaching religion in Norway. All texts are written in Norwegian.
This Norwegian document provides an overview of how to teach the subject of Religion, Christianity, and Ethic. Even though this resource is not a syllabus with specific study materials, it does list the specific aims/goals teachers should teach students at certain ages, thereby providing a foundation on which to focus the syllabi.
The Survey was conducted with pupils and teachers from several Norwegian cities and it included 6 schools and 707 pupils. Pupils were asked about the importance of religion for young people and about religion in life and school, while the teachers were inquired about different aspects and challenges of the religious education.