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The article explores issues around culture and teaching and describes how to think about educational settings and scenarios from the point of view of culture. It discusses the formation of cultural identity, and the concept of cultural responsibility.
This publication, which is part of the 5–14 Teacher Support series, aims to support the teaching of religious education at the S1 and S2 stages in schools. It provides advice and resource materials to complement the 5–14 national guidelines Religious Education 5–14.
This website provides a lesson plan about tolerance modeled around the work and lessons of Martin Luther King, Jr. Five lesson plans are provided which each focus on a different message of tolerance. Each lesson plan covers a specific age group, ranging from grades Kindergarten through high school.
“Teaching about tolerance through music” activity has [...]
ThinkQuest is a protected, online learning platform that enables teachers to integrate learning projects into their classroom curriculum and students to develop critical 21st century skills. It includes a project environment where teachers and students engage in collaborative learning; a competition space where students participate in website development contests; the award-winning ThinkQuest Library, a learning [...]
This study was prepared within the framework of the “Religion and Democracy in Europe” Initiative of the Network of European Foundations (NEF). It provides an overview of the diversity of approaches in place in the European Union as far as teaching about religions in schools is concerned. While confessional education remains the most widespread approach, [...]
<p>Grupo de Pesquisa Educação e Religião (GPER, Research Group of Religion and Education) was organized to broaden and deepen the understanding of teaching Religious Education in Brazil. Its target is to identify and support different forms of religious pedagogy in the Brazilian educational context and to articulate a framework for the development of different forms [...]