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Volume 37, Number 3
In this issue:
- Professor Richard Swinburne on the reality of God
- Packed with over 40 practical RE classroom ideas
- Six viewpoints from different faiths and worldviews on visionary living
- Professional REflection: from Paul Smalley and 6 others
- 20 ideas for GCSE learning
- Julian Stern on insight
- Stephen Asma on religion as therapy
Volume 37, Number 2
Theme: Intent, implement, impact in RE
In this issue:
- Discovering Sacred Texts:
the brilliant new RE offer from the British Library
- Intent, implement, impact:
Three ‘I’s from the inspectors
- 25+ ideas for your classroom today
- Professional REflection:
academic research applied to the RE classroom
- Developing the place and status of RE:
how is it done?
Julie Grove, of the RE Today Editorial Team, provides learning ideas from the Big Picture.
‘Brand new blog space for teachers of RE to share their views and ideas and discuss topical issues relating to the fabulous subject of RE’
The thinking skills structure called ‘Responsibility pies’ is useful for analysing any complex phenomenon where responsibility can be attributed to multiple parties. Who is responsible for the whales that die in...
Gill Tewkesbury wanted to teach her primary pupils about diversity within the Christian community. Instead of thinking about Catholics and Protestants, she used music.
We are always pleased to publish some good-quality work by students in REtoday. Here, two students who participated in our conferences called ‘An Evil Day’ submitted their thoughts.
Users of the article...