Beyond the Big Six Religions: Expanding the Boundaries in the Teaching of Religion and Worldviews
AuthorsHolt, James D.
AffiliationUniversity of Chester
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AbstractBeyond the Big Six is a timely addition to the body of work surrounding the teaching of Religious Education in schools. The book will build on research surrounding the desirability and possibility of expanding the breadth of religious and non-religious worldviews within the classroom. Although it will be recognized that there are challenges in the existing circumstances to the inclusion of ‘smaller’ religions this book will articulate the importance of such an inclusion in today’s society. It will also explore how such religions might be used within the RE classroom; one distinctive quality of this book is the focus it will have on classroom applicability. While it will draw on research, there will be chapters to help teachers adopt an approach to the teaching of the major world religions, and particular Key Stages
CitationHolt, J. (2019). Beyond the Big Six Religions: Expanding the Boundaries in the Teaching of Religion and Worldviews. Chester, United Kingdom: University of Chester Press.
PublisherUniversity of Chester Press
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