This unit provides a foundation for offering religious education in schools, parishes and community settings. You will consider your role as a teacher and facilitator of learning, the dialogue between theology and education in various ministry settings, and the distinct language of each discipline. Drawing on principles of curriculum planning and current documentation, you will plan a unit of work or a study activity for a small group, reflecting an understanding of the purpose of religious education in different contexts. You will incorporate an understanding of effective pedagogy informed by current literature.
Identify a range of contexts in which religious education might occur and identify the purpose of religious education in these contexts.
Apply theological understanding to the development of religious education programs.
Demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between religious education, theological perspectives and diverse learning contexts.
Develop a unit of work or group study project which reflects an informed understanding of curriculum and pedagogy.
Effectively facilitate learning for diverse learners, demonstrating an understanding of audience and purpose.
Articulate evidence based strategies to evaluate learning
Grounded in critical analysis and collaborative learning, small group and whole class discussion and activities and direct teaching will be employed as teaching and learning strategies.
|Type||Description||Word count||Weight (%)|
|Literature Survey - Literature Review||2000||25.0|
|Community Project - Unit of work or study activity for a small group||6000||75.0|
Unit approved for the University of Divinity by Maggie Kappelhoff on 12 Oct, 2020
Unit record last updated: 2020-10-12 16:13:15 +1100