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Francis, Leslie J.; Village, Andrew – Religious Education, 2014
The Young People's Attitudes to Religious Diversity Project was established to compare the attitudes of students (13-to 15-years of age) educated within the state-maintained sector in church schools (Catholic, Anglican, joint Anglican and Catholic) and in schools without a religious foundation. Data provided by 5,402 students recruited from…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Religious Education, Religious Cultural Groups, Cultural Pluralism
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Elshayyal, Basma – Religious Education, 2007
This article seeks to encourage beginner teachers to think beyond the horizons of formalized and theoretical teacher training and to inspire a sense of awe and wonder with the daily miracle of teaching; while at the same time outlining a few of the issues and challenges that they may meet during their journey along the way. Having taught in both…
Descriptors: Educational Strategies, Comparative Education, Religious Education, Beginning Teachers
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Hull, John M. – Religious Education, 1996
Describes the main features of a new method for teaching religious education to children. Compares this method to other British religious education approaches. The "gift method" approach begins with the child receiving some easily understood component of a religion (song, prayer, material object) then progresses to a more complex…
Descriptors: Childhood Attitudes, Childhood Interests, Cognitive Development, Cognitive Processes