This unit will focus on the practical methods and strategies relevant to teaching and learning in Religious Education. Students will be exposed to a range of approaches useful to Religious Educators and will critically evaluate these approaches in light of the foundational aims of Orthodox Religious Education. This unit will explore relevant pedagogical theories that can support the delivery of Religious Education. Students will engage and reflect on practical ministry through various observations in a chosen setting and class presentations.
Articulate traditional and contemporary approaches to Religious Education.
Identify and describe a variety of teaching and learning approaches relevant to Religious Education.
Engage with existing Religious Education curricula to plan sequences of instruction.
Design a range of teaching and learning resources for catechists and students which incorporate a range of evidence- based pedagogical practices.
Prerequisites: Foundational Studies unit in Religious Education
Classes will also have an online tutorial. Students will be expected to contribute 5 discussions.
|Type||Description||Word count||Weight (%)|
Reports on observation of two Religious Education sessions in a chosen session (1750 words)
Composition of relevant material for Religious Educators (1750 words)
|Seminar or Tutorial||
Online tutorial participation (1000 words)
Unit approved for the University of Divinity by John Capper on 31 Dec, 2017
Unit record last updated: 2019-06-25 15:01:26 +1000