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Magdalena Maciejewska; Joanna Cukras-Stelagowska; Aneta Rayzacher-Majewska – British Journal of Religious Education, 2024
The present article discusses female students' perception of the female role models introduced to them during religious education classes in Poland. Besides imparting knowledge, the teaching of religious classes in schools, a part of religious education, aims at shaping attitudes. Therefore, presenting young people with role models who can inspire…
Descriptors: Females, Role Models, Religious Education, Student Attitudes
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Daria Hejwosz-Gromkowska; Dobrochna Hildebrandt-Wypych – British Journal of Religious Education, 2024
This paper analyses the Solidarity movement narratives, focusing on church representatives, religious issues, and symbols in the Polish history textbooks for upper secondary schools between 1991 and 2018. The analysed textbooks prove to reinforce Poland's national and religious identities, with John Paul II and the priest Popieluszko being the…
Descriptors: Religious Factors, History Instruction, Textbooks, Content Analysis
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Ahmed Ali Alhazmi – British Journal of Religious Education, 2024
This article is a conceptual examination of tolerance and pedagogy with regard to the prevention of violence in the Arab world from a critical theory perspective. Tolerance is a socially and culturally bound system, indicating that any pedagogy of tolerance must be authentic to its context. Therefore, the value of adopting a nuanced Western…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Arabs, Social Attitudes, Violence
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Ahmad Aseery – British Journal of Religious Education, 2024
Teachers in contemporary elementary classrooms are adopting diverse teaching strategies to encourage learners' motivation and engagement. This study aimed to identify ways of enhancing students' motivation and engagement in religious education classes at elementary levels. The study employed a systematic review design, utilising an online search…
Descriptors: Journal Articles, Elementary Education, Student Motivation, Learner Engagement
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Vishakha Kumar – British Journal of Religious Education, 2024
This paper presents a study which was done to investigate schoolteachers' discourse on morality. The teachers used three dimensions to construct and present their discourse on morality: food, religion and relationship. These teachers were drawn from different types of private and public schools in Delhi, the capital of India. The teachers…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Religion, Islam, Christianity
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Toni Foley; Maree DinanThompson; Nerina Caltabiano – British Journal of Religious Education, 2024
This case study explores the perceptions of students regarding their engagement in interreligious learning and teaching in one Australian Catholic Primary School. The study probes the learners' understandings of what interreligious learning and teaching looks like in their context and how it might relate to their understandings of their evolving…
Descriptors: Religious Education, Teaching Methods, Catholic Schools, Cultural Pluralism
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Andrew Wright; Elina Wright – British Journal of Religious Education, 2024
This paper contributes to the ongoing debate surrounding the place of 'worldviews' in Religious Education. We examine the British Commission on Religious Education proposal that the subject be renamed 'Religions and Worldviews' from the perspective of Worldview Theory and Critical Religious Education and make the following suggestions: (a) the…
Descriptors: Religious Education, World Views, Hermeneutics, Curriculum Development
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Lluis Oviedo; Lorenzo Magarelli; Piotr Roszak; Josefa Torralba Albaladej; Berenika Seryczynska; Valentina Baldas; Jan Wólkowski – British Journal of Religious Education, 2024
Many questions arise regarding the compatibility between scientific and religious education. While some voices have pointed to issues that stem from a traditional model in which science becomes a factor or religious crisis and doubt, other views reveal surprising forms of collaboration and complementarity between both dimensions in the educational…
Descriptors: High School Students, Student Attitudes, Scientific Attitudes, Science Education
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Jaroslaw Horowski – British Journal of Religious Education, 2024
The analysis undertaken in this article pertain to the challenge faced by education, which consists of overcoming the negative aspects of contemporary individualism, such as the building of instrumental relationships by people maturing in a culture permeated with it. Consequently, there is limited responsibility taken for the other people…
Descriptors: Christianity, Biblical Literature, Religious Factors, Individualism
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Nestby, Dag Hallvard – British Journal of Religious Education, 2023
In this article I contribute to the scholarly discussion on how minority religions and world-views could be represented in the RE subject of Norwegian primary and lower secondary school. I will focus on Islam since Islam is the largest and -- at the same time -- most debated minority religion in Norway. The starting-point of my analysis will be…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Religious Education, Muslims, Islam
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Law-Davis, Sharon; Topliss, John – British Journal of Religious Education, 2023
This research reports an exploratory study of 22 pre-service teachers involved in the Religious Education courses offered by The University of Notre Dame Australia, as part of the university's accreditation to teach religious education. The study examined the influence of key factors on how confident these pre-service teachers perceived themselves…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Beginning Teachers, Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education
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Hartvigsen, Kirsten Marie; Haakedal, Elisabet – British Journal of Religious Education, 2023
This article presents the results of an in-depth analysis of ten texts written by ten-year-old pupils during a religious education (RE) lesson about Jesus' parables. The texts from the pupils' notebooks were analysed with passages from the RE textbook and the teacher's handbook to explore how these books influenced the pupils' texts. The main…
Descriptors: Christianity, Religious Education, Religious Factors, Biblical Literature
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Hammer, Aina – British Journal of Religious Education, 2023
How to address controversial issues in schools is a recurring question for researchers and teachers alike. A widespread perception in the literature is that "dialogue" and "discussion" are the most appropriate pedagogical strategies. However, little attention has been given to other pedagogical approaches, such as arts and…
Descriptors: Homosexuality, Secondary Education, Controversial Issues (Course Content), Drama
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Zembylas, Michalinos – British Journal of Religious Education, 2023
This paper outlines a set of analytical perspectives grounded in affect theory for decolonising religious education. In particular, these perspectives are: recognising the role of religious feelings; examining the extent to which decolonial affective spaces can be created in the classroom; and, understanding how contemporary public discourses…
Descriptors: Decolonization, Religious Education, Affective Behavior, Islam
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Husebø, Dag; Johannessen, Øystein Lund; Skeie, Geir – British Journal of Religious Education, 2023
For more than a decade, the authors have engaged in several collaborative action research projects in established communities of practice, generating new knowledge and promoting practice development in religious education (RE) in schools and higher education. Based on this, this article asks what characterised the collaborative processes, and how…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Action Research, Religious Education, Communities of Practice
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