Tag Archives: values
This teacher guide is published by Freedom Forum and is designed to provide general information on the subject of religion and public schools. The guide is now also available is Spanish.
Creation Tables are useful ways into encouraging a sense of awe and wonder, learning about the created world and developing cross-curricular work on RE. The website provides activities for pupils and ideas for teachers to try and adapt for themselves.
The resource is a case study about developing a compelling learning experience. The aim of the learning experience is “to enable students to drive the learning process through astute questioning and critical thinking and to enable students to enquire into and evaluate the complexity of the concept of freedom and to apply their understanding to [...]
Connecting Cultures is an innovative annual event that brings young people together from around the world into the deserts of Arabia. The young people have to communicate and work as a team to overcome problems and undertake a desert journey. The purpose of Connecting Cultures is to promote face to face dialogue with young people [...]
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 [...]
Religious and moral education includes learning about Christianity and other world religions, and supports the development of beliefs and values. It also includes aspects of philosophical enquiry.
These documents explains the experiences and outcomes for religious and moral education experienced in Scotland and also holds a document with advice regarding religious and moral education.
This document provides a lesson plan and assessment resource for teachers when teaching about religious fundamentalism in relation to social studies. By religious fundamentalism, this lesson refers to the anti-modernist movements of some religions.
“The following draft of human responsibilities seeks to bring freedom and responsibility into balance and to promote a move from the freedom of indifference to the freedom of involvement. If one person or government seeks to maximize freedom but does it at the expense of others, a large number of people will suffer. If human [...]