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Religious education: a conceptual and interdisciplinary approach for secondary level

Religious education: a conceptual and interdisciplinary approach for secondary level

Erricker, Clive

This work provides tutors, students and teachers with a basis for developing their thinking about religious education, its place in the curriculum and an effective means for its delivery in schools

Paperback, Hardback, Book. English.
Published London: David Fulton, 2010
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Details

Statement of responsibility: Clive Erricker
ISBN: 0415478731, 041547874X, 9780415478731, 9780415478748
Intended audience: Specialized.
Physical Description: 240 p. ; 25 cm.
Subject: Religious education; Secondary education; Religious education.

Contents

  1. Introduction: The Health and Prospects of Religious Education
  2. Part I: Contextualising Religious Education
  3. 1. Religion and education in the modern world
  4. 2. Religious education: an analysis of its historical and contemporary significance
  5. 3. Pedagogy in approaches to the study of religion and religious education
  6. Part II: Living Difference - An Approach Through Conceptual Enquiry 4. A methodology for conceptual enquiry in religious education
  7. 5. Living difference: curriculum, progression, planning
  8. 6. Case studies in religious literacy
  9. 7. Interpreting worldviews
  10. Part III: The Future for Education and RE
  11. 8. Worldview analysis and the future of religious education
  12. 9. Interdisciplinary education

Author note

Clive Errickerwas until recently Hampshire County Inspector for Religious Education and History Strategy Manager. Prior to that he was a Lecturer in Religious Education at University College Chichester for over a decade. He began his career teaching English and religious education in secondary schools.